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    Quote Originally Posted by Newfherder;3221237;
    Wow. I thought of something completely different
    No wonder, you have really big dogs.... Anyway, it's a jolt to dig up a thing that looks like that, but they sure are tasty.
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    I guess Newf, Rattus and I have dirty minds as I didn't think it looked like The Virgin Mary and baby Jesus either.
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    I couldn't say waht I thought it was, but if someone is going to eat it,.....

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    Ok...after viewing queenb's picture, I don't feel so bad since apparently there are other perverts here at the FORT

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbnbama;3221943;
    Ok...after viewing queenb's picture, I don't feel so bad since apparently there are other perverts here at the FORT

    That's where my mind went, too.
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    Why do you think I posted it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by queenb;3221987;
    Why do you think I posted it?


    Surely there is a website out there somewhere that you can send pictures of perverted fruits/vegetables............
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    I was going to add additional thoughts, but I think I'd better not. Thanks for the continuous humor!

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    I think that qualifies as pomme-ography.
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    Re: Gardening

    So, I inherited what was, last season, a truly beautiful geranium. I'm a poor person, so I don't have tons to spend on a new garden, and I'm attempting to winter this plant over.

    Just before I brought it in, last fall, I cut it back to a few stalks, fed it quite well, and have been watering it just enough to keep it alive.

    We are far from warm weather here (I live in MA), but my question is about how to bring it outside again. Do I need to harden it off, as if it were a seedling, or can I just plop it down, once weather (night and day) permits?

    On a side note, I went vertical last year, and had both cukes and eggplants out of my vertical planter. I had greenbeans in window boxes (although on the ground). All did quite well. Sadly, I dislocated my shoulder shortly after planting and have not had the strength to get the old potting soil out of the vertical planter, but I will get it done before this season starts here!
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