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Monster Zucchini

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Wow, a monster zucchini!

See for yourself:
http://www.dailyrecord.com/article/20090912/COMMUNITIES/90911042&referrer=FRONTPAGECAROUSEL

-- Redmink, 9/12/09

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WOW! And here I thought I

WOW! And here I thought I grew some dandies!

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Time Check

Honey, whatcha doin' up so late?

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Wonder how big of one he will grow next year?

Anyone suppose it was crossed with a cucumber? It was so long and skinny!

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Big Growers

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Hi Larry, the gardener used seeds from last year's monster zucchini, just like they do to keep Heirloom varieties going from year to year.

And to think, gardening wasn't his first choice upon retirement!

He must've had a dynamite restaurant if that's how much determination he has.

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Godzukula

All I can think of when I see that Zuke is..Yum Chocolate Zucchini bread:)
-Dragonfli


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