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Many of the modern principles of companion planting were present many centuries ago in forest gardens in Asia, and thousands of years ago in Mesoamerica.
Summer exhales into autumn, and the leaves begin to turn, the wind howls with some bite in its bark, as we embrace winter’s return.
Tomatoes sun ripened, potatoes Earth grown. My harvests beckoned, as I walked the cobblestone.
Red, white and blue, the colors that don’t fade. Red, white and blue, the colors that history made.
As the cool crops bolt, It's not business as usual. Our country is in revolt, And the harvests are insatiable.
June is alive, June is here. Happy Memorial Day! Crack a beer.
There’s a party up above, with candy in the sky. Petals, the color of love, if only I could fly.