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Things to do in MARCH



Plan a harvest supper to celebrate the garden’s bounty as we go into autumn. Cook pumpkin, tomato, squash, zucchini and beans to eat now or to preserve.

As crops ripen, leave some fruit to mature to collect seed. Open-pollinated varieties come true from seed and these are the best to grow to collect your own seed. Select seed from the most productive or tastiest plantings with an eye out for ones that have performed well in your climate and conditions.

As plants reach maturity they begin to

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