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New issue of Garden Thyme now available

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Hello summer!  First dry, now wet, what will the rest of this unpredictable season bring?  It will bring growth, bounty, beauty and joy to a gardener's heart. So, put down the trowel and enjoy reading the July issue of Garden Thyme!  And, as always, we say thanks to everyone involved in creating this summer issue!

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