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Yellow Squash with Mushrooms — 2 Comments

  1. Your bird bath area looks like my raised garden area. They’re both about as green though now, we’re getting rain so the grass has finally greened up after having no discernible rain since the third week in July. The past week now has made up for it in spades.

    I always put a rather large rock in my bird bath, one I’ve cleaned up. It makes an extra spot for the birds to reach the water because they can cling to it rather than just the edge. The birds use the rock, the bees, the bugs, a tree frog sunning itself (that was cool) even the butterflies have used it.

    I’m sure I’ve mentioned this before, but I used to be able to buy fresh mushrooms at $1 for 8 ounces. They were packaged as such and I’d use half for one thing and half for another, like you. Then about two years ago, someone decided to slap an Organic sticker on them and they now cost $3.50 for the same size package. Well of course they’re organic! Always have been but what a way to cash in on something. *sigh*

  2. A rock! what a good ides…. I’ll do that.Glad to help the birds and the bees lol
    I remember a friend in Andorra telling me that slugs and snails were good things to find in your produce because it meant it was organic – without the hefty price tag.
    As to your mushrooms – it’s like the use by date on water…..

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