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Tomatoes cost over $1.00 per pound at the store! Imagine growing hundreds
of
luscious, grapefruit sized tomatoes, up to 3 pounds each, from a single
plant! Grow bell peppers up to 10" long, foot long chili peppers, ears of
milky white sweet corn, over two feet long, from stalks of up to 16' tall,
sweet, juicy blueberries that cover a quarter, and strawberries as big as
peaches! These and much, much more can be yours by going to this site:

http://hits.affiliatetraction.com/cg...7-o3904-c56453

This year you can finally have the garden you've always dreamed of!


What are these lbs & "s did we not give them away in the 70s. Are the joy of
a Yank spuiking crap.



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Tomatoes cost over $1.00 per pound at the store! Imagine growing hundreds of
luscious, grapefruit sized tomatoes, up to 3 pounds each, from a single
plant! Grow bell peppers up to 10" long, foot long chili peppers, ears of
milky white sweet corn, over two feet long, from stalks of up to 16' tall,
sweet, juicy blueberries that cover a quarter, and strawberries as big as
peaches! These and much, much more can be yours by going to this site:

http://hits.affiliatetraction.com/cg...7-o3904-c56453

This year you can finally have the garden you've always dreamed of!



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"Dennis" wrote in message
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Tomatoes cost over $1.00 per pound at the store! Imagine growing hundreds
of
luscious, grapefruit sized tomatoes, up to 3 pounds each, from a single
plant! Grow bell peppers up to 10" long, foot long chili peppers, ears of
milky white sweet corn, over two feet long, from stalks of up to 16' tall,
sweet, juicy blueberries that cover a quarter, and strawberries as big as
peaches! These and much, much more can be yours by going to this site:

http://hits.affiliatetraction.com/cg...327-o3904-c564
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This year you can finally have the garden you've always dreamed of!


What are these lbs & "s did we not give them away in the 70s. Are the joy of
a Yank spuiking crap.


And the juicy blueberries that cover a quarter. Quarter of what?

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on 4/2/2008 6:51 AM Chookie said the following:
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"Dennis" wrote in message
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Tomatoes cost over $1.00 per pound at the store! Imagine growing hundreds
of
luscious, grapefruit sized tomatoes, up to 3 pounds each, from a single
plant! Grow bell peppers up to 10" long, foot long chili peppers, ears of
milky white sweet corn, over two feet long, from stalks of up to 16' tall,
sweet, juicy blueberries that cover a quarter, and strawberries as big as
peaches! These and much, much more can be yours by going to this site:

http://hits.affiliatetraction.com/cg...327-o3904-c564
53

This year you can finally have the garden you've always dreamed of!

What are these lbs & "s did we not give them away in the 70s. Are the joy of
a Yank spuiking crap.


And the juicy blueberries that cover a quarter. Quarter of what?



A Quarter is a US coin worth about $0.25 cents (a quarter of a dollar).
It's only about 1" (25mm) in diameter.
The word 'quarter' should have been capitalized since it is a proper noun.
I suppose that is the size of one of their blueberries.

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This year you can finally have the garden you've always dreamed of!

What are these lbs & "s did we not give them away in the 70s. Are the
joy of a Yank spuiking crap.


And the juicy blueberries that cover a quarter. Quarter of what?



A Quarter is a US coin worth about $0.25 cents (a quarter of a dollar).
It's only about 1" (25mm) in diameter.
The word 'quarter' should have been capitalized since it is a proper noun.
I suppose that is the size of one of their blueberries.


while you're at it, look up rhetoric & irony. sigh.
kylie


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Bill Hawk wrote:
On Wed, 02 Apr 2008 09:20:34 -0400, willshak wrote:

A Quarter is a US coin worth about $0.25 cents (a quarter of a dollar).


Which means it is worth about $0.08 today . . .

Near about.
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On Thu, 03 Apr 2008 11:55:49 -0500, oldhickory wrote:

what's that in Lira? ;-)


Hey, I'm an American - what country is Lira the capitol of?


The tomato place ROMA


ObGarden: after missing tomatoes last year, we've got a good set going.
The asparagus seems to have liked the dry spell, too - it's all coming
back this year.



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on 4/2/2008 6:13 PM 0tterbot said the following:
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This year you can finally have the garden you've always dreamed of!


What are these lbs & "s did we not give them away in the 70s. Are the
joy of a Yank spuiking crap.


And the juicy blueberries that cover a quarter. Quarter of what?



A Quarter is a US coin worth about $0.25 cents (a quarter of a dollar).
It's only about 1" (25mm) in diameter.
The word 'quarter' should have been capitalized since it is a proper noun.
I suppose that is the size of one of their blueberries.


while you're at it, look up rhetoric & irony. sigh.
kylie



...and you should look up humor. haruumph!


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This year you can finally have the garden you've always dreamed of!


What are these lbs & "s did we not give them away in the 70s. Are the
joy of a Yank spuiking crap.


And the juicy blueberries that cover a quarter. Quarter of what?



A Quarter is a US coin worth about $0.25 cents (a quarter of a dollar).
It's only about 1" (25mm) in diameter.
The word 'quarter' should have been capitalized since it is a proper
noun.
I suppose that is the size of one of their blueberries.


while you're at it, look up rhetoric & irony. sigh.
kylie



..and you should look up humor. haruumph!


YOU should look up HUMOUR.
hurrumph!
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kylie




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