LOL! We have humming birds here, too. I just hung up the feeder lasr week, because I was standing on the porch and one came up and hovered in my face, looking me in the eye. It was like he was saying "Hey, you're the one in charge of the feeder, right? You're late! C'Mon, we're waiting!"
According to the website, we have cabbage, collards, cherries, peas, snap beans, spinach, strawberries, cauliflower, cellery, lettuce, tomatoes and summer squash. Must be a little farther south, because we have lettuce and peas, maybe around here. Most people I know are still putting in their gardens, though a few are always ahead of the game, and might have those things, idk. I can believe lettuce, spinach and maybe collards, strawberries, peas-but I doubt snap beans, cauliflower, tomatoes, cellery, summer squash (very much on that one). Cherries...hmmm. I should know that, because we had some trees, but they always got raided by the robins and Jays, and we never really saw them get ripe. A fungus got them, and they are gone. My blueberries are coming on, though, so I think they would be ripening if they were here.
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Chillmama, you're just too funny! Actually, that was something I found doing my SparkPeople Websearch of the day-good for one point, and lots of cool info! I have a favorites folder just for cool links I find doing my SP searches! Lots of sites for calculating body mass, calories burned doing what, mapping routes (and finding out how long they are) for jogging or cycling, virtual walks accross the US, etc! I just love Google!
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