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On a more positive note, among other wild and/or horribly neglected flora here, we have orange day lilies, black-eyed Susan, tiny pink climbing roses, wild blueberries, sweet raspberries, concord grapes, spearmint, and what will be a bumper crop of crab apples, regular apples, and pears. There will be hickory, chestnut, and walnuts, not to mention the abundance of fiddlehead ferns, should one wish to try that New England delicacy.
This is in addition to the romaine and butter lettuce, lettuce mix, swiss and rainbow chard, habanero and jalapeno peppers, oregano, cilantro, basil, dozen tomato and 3 tomatillo plants, green onions, chives, garlic, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, potatoes, arugula, beets, red beans, string beans, pumpkin, corn, cucumber, and cabbage we planted in the garden...
Hmm. Perhaps I should look into learning how to can. Or open a roadside stand!