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The students replaced a cracked stone in the path this year. The path gets lots of use and the hydrangaes are growing well. 
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The black currents show be ready in a few weeks. They grow well in their hot and sunny location by the cafeteria window. Last year I picked a bowl full and make black current sauce. 
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We planted ornamental cabbage in the far circle bed at the front of the school. The lilies and the sedum are doing well. They are perennials so they'll come back next year.
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Students spent a lot of time weeding the front gardens this spring. The flowers will be in bloom in August. 
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Here's the liatris in the back football garden. The top photo on the right shows the before picture of the garden and the bottom picture is the after picture. The garden has come a long way from the start of the semster to the end.
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We have lots of weeding to do next year. These beds at the front of the school need more mulch.
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We'll need to weed the beds along Erbsvill Road in the fall.
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Late June and the mulberries on the tree in the memory garden are ripe for picking. 
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Fried green tomatoes anyone? It will take a few weeks for this tomato to ripen but when it does I plan to have a juicy BLT sandwich.
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Check out this zucchini plant. There should be a few edible zucchinis growing on it by the middle of July.
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