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Check our my latest garden vlog :May garden harvest

I’m getting better at these video’s but need to work on making sure I’ve got the camera pointed at something interesting 

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Comment by Susan on June 4, 2020 at 21:01

Hey Christa, nah, I just give the lemons away. If I sold them, there’d be too much pressure to make sure they’re perfect and as I try to be as organic as possible, that’s not going to happen.  Can’t wait to try the brandy wine and Cherokee purple toms too - more really big types.  

Comment by Susan on June 4, 2020 at 20:58

Aww thanks Dave :). No Gopro for me Doug. It may be something to look into for the future, especially as I like the video method of blogging.  I find it easier to commit to than writing an actual blog now. 

Comment by Doug Hanning on May 29, 2020 at 18:27

Do you have a gopro Susan? They can be head or chest mounted and would be good for harvesting. I might try it out. I have the gopro 8 and it has awesome stabilization and I use it on spearfishing trips.

Comment by Dave Riley on May 27, 2020 at 23:05

I suspect that if you point your camera anywhere in your garden there is interest.

Comment by Christa on May 27, 2020 at 19:12

You may have to get a bigger basket for those whopper tomatoes, Susan.  They remind me of the big bullock heart tomatoes of the past.  We seem to be looking for water in our garden as well. A little rain wouldn't go astray here. A couple of cool nights and the fruit fly disappears. 

All those lemons you have, can you sell them. Does the family drink cordial.  Keep up the good work.

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