day 186

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One of the joys of gardening is our raspberries. This year was the first year we had a large and consistent crop. While we checked and picked every day we would miss a few.

I wanted to take starts of these plants with us during our next move. I tried transplanting, forcing the plants to grow in pots over the last several years but they never took. I decided instead to let nature take its course. Whenever there was a bad, or overripened berry I’d just throw it in a pot of good soil. And over the last month new plants have sprouted up. Even from decay new growth has formed that will soon produce its own fruit.

Chris and Laura

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