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APRIL 2012

Spring made an early entrance into Destiny's Garden this year, and we are thrilled! The chives are ready to be delivered, chocolate mint is almost ready for first harvest and our first new raised bed (for peas & salad greens) is nearly complete. Many tiny plants are reaching upward to the sun and others are still in their safe little flats waiting to be planted. Now it's time to start marketing our wares to local eateries -- places who want nothing but the best for their patrons: Organically grown, hand-harvested produce that speaks for itself. What more could any restaurant or catering business ask for?

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