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Jan 27, 2015 8:47 AM CST
Name: Julianna
Victoria, BC USDA Zone 8
Ciao all-

No parcel yet, but I'm not surprised. Usually, I'm one of the last ones. I'm not quite prepared to start things yet, so it's fine.

Promise, so glad you're enjoying Remy's seeds! She's a good friend and will be glad to know. She's got a great bean that I grew a few years back called Jembo Polish. If any of you vegetable growers love beans (thinking of you, EricaBraun), that's a very productive variety with a nice bean-y flavour. I do prefer the Italian Romano types for pickled beans with whole cloves of garlic, a little dill seed, and a hot pepper or three in each jar. They're a bit more tender. Jembo Polish is ideal for blanching for salads or side dishes.

I now wish I had the time to thresh all of the Rainbow Sorghum I harvested this fall, but between the Royal Winter Fair and getting the community garden all tidied up, I ran out of time. Next year, though.

It's very cold here, but not much snow.
Grazie a tutti,

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