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Peaches, Blueberries & Rosemary - Oh My! Using Recycled Wine Barrels for…

This week we welcomed the summer season. With the warmer weather, some herbs that were flourishing may start to show signs of stress. The last time I wrote about our fruit and infant herb garden I was excited to share the myriad of herbs we had just added.

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