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Mar 8, 2012 9:46 PM CST
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That's a good point, Ronnie... bees we have in abundance, and we're fine with that (Joyanna does know they are "no touch" because they will sting if they get scared.. yes, I'm sure she'll eventually step on one or something, but so far so good), but yellow jackets I can do without!

I saw a big arbor at the Philly show that was planted with cherry tomatoes... they were in containers overhead, but as quickly as they grow and as big as the cherry tomato vines seem to get, they would be good candidates for an arbor!
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