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Two of the property's nine acres will be dedicated to growing pumpkins, figs, blueberries, cucumbers, peppers and strawberries.
Direct-seed melons, cucumbers, summer squash, corn, radishes, pumpkins and annual herbs such as basil.
Slice cucumber into thin rounds and arrange on half the bread slices.
Vegetable seeds to start indoors: Soy bean, summer squash, cucumbers (for greenhouse growing) and pumpkins.
For the salad: Combine the pea shoots, asparagus, red bell pepper, cucumber, onion, edamame, scallions and the salmon, if using, in a mixing bowl.
This spring, the landscape is bursting with herbs, edible flowers and produce, including kale, chives, broccoli, cucumber, mint, dill, rainbow carrots and nasturtiums.
But there are unique 21st-century treatment options at high-end facilities that, while luxe, are about more than meditation and cucumber water.
More women than men fell ill during a 2011 E. coli outbreak involving cucumbers, lettuce and tomatoes, The Guardian reported.
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