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I didn't even notice the pennies on the flower bed until I read all the comments and checked again. I have heard they are good to keep away slugs and snails. I've actually seen people cover an entire bowling ball in pennies and use it as a lawn ornament and bug deterrent. This is a great article any gardener I'm sure would like fresh home grown veggies year round!

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MaK
I stopped planting vegetables because we don't eat them all, one tomato plant is all
   
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jeanwedding

wow MaK give them to appreciative veggie lovers. yum yum Thats what I hate about winter no veggies fresh del veggies ......Blessings

   

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