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In the Garden

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The first or the fourth of July brings an end to some of the early spring produce which you have probably been enjoying from your garden. This marks the date when we should stop harvesting our asparagus and rhubarb. The true date that we should stop harvesting asparagus and rhubarb is June 21, the first day of summer. This year many people feel that with the cold spring and slow start of the growing season, that we deserve to enjoy these until the first and maybe even the fourth of July.


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