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    bluecat, it looks like you're prepped for the zombies. Good job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DParker View Post
    Blackberries are good if you don't mind them eventually taking over your land and you losing a quart of blood every time you pick them.
    My blackberries are thornless, my red raspberries will cut you good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecat View Post
    My blackberries are thornless
    Good choice. Arapaho, Apache, Navajo, Ouachita or Triple Crown? Or some combination thereof? I grew some Arapahos and Navajo canes back when I had my original garden. The don't produce like the thorned varieties, but they're a lot easier to deal with.
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    None of those sound familiar. They do expand their territory.
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    Finally, the beginnings of some limited initial progress in this nasty clay ground.

    The first block of sweet corn. (Full size)


    A couple rows of okra. (Full size)


    The only lima beans that germinated. (Full size)


    'Maters! (Full size)


    Soy beans. (Full size)


    Poblanos. (Full size)


    I also had a couple watermelon seedlings break through yesterday, but they're still too small to bother taking pics of yet.
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    What no pot?

    Lookin good.
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    im sure he does have pot in there..he's just using the okra as a decoy...


    now over this fence.

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    I mean, I guess if you were already stoned when you looked at them....

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    Your plants are growing fast.
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    That's what she said!
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