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Tuesday
Jul132010

In the Garden

According to Amanda Searle with the Springfield Community Garden, planting fruits and vegetables in Northeast Florida during the summer months can be a tricky task. Many don't like temperatures over 80 degrees. The following are plants you can plant in July that will weather the August heat as they mature: Pole Beans, Eggplant, Okra, Black Eyed Peas, Peppers, Watermelon and Cherry Tomatoes.

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