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It’s more enjoyable to start the garden in the spring than to clean it up in autumn. 

In April there’s the expectation of things to come. In November, the knowledge of what you’ve managed to produce.

We had a good garden this year, earning a B+ or A. Peas didn’t do well, nor onions. Beans as usual surpassed themselves. Potatoes were fine, as was kale. Lettuce was so-so. 

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