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Tomatoes, Squash, Associates and Weeds

Each spring when I plant my garden, I have great expectations for all the vegetables I’ll be harvesting. By June, the new plants start to look a little like the pictures in the catalog, but here and there I encounter a few "volunteers" from last year’s crop. Typically, it's a tomato or squash plant embedded among the cucumbers and beets.

Originally published September 24, 2013
Last updated April 28, 2018
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