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Late Spring Veggies

tomatoesIf you're looking at your vegetable garden and cringing at that thought of summer temperatures, don't give up just yet. Angela O'Callghan explains that some vegetables do better when faced with a 100 degree temperatures. Tomatoes, peppers, okra eggplant, sweet potatoes, cantaloupe and pumpkin do well in the summer heat (Warm Season Crops).

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