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ATP Podcast #32: Apples for the South, Rose Hips, Fall Chores and More

By dave
August 29, 2013

In today's episode it's a blitz of various gardening thoughts, ideas and suggestions. Dave discusses apple varieties for Texas and Trish shares all her recent herb and rose drying projects. We also wrap up wildflowers week by talking about our favorite articles from last week.

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Name: Vicki
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vic
Aug 29, 2013 8:24 AM CST
These are just so much fun to listen to.

We had a neighbor in OH that had an apple tree that would bear two different varieties. In the spring, one side was pink blossoms and the other side was white. It was beautiful and the apples were very good. Don't remember the variety though.

We had a two seater outhouse on our property in OH complete with the moon Green Grin! It was on the property when we bought it and we used it to store garden tools Thumbs up

Uh, Dave, Trish's birthday will be here before you know it. I think an herb dryer would be a wonderful birthday gift Whistling

Thank you Dave and Trish!

Name: Dave Whitinger
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dave
Aug 29, 2013 9:14 AM CST

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