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Plymouth Vegetable Plots Available

New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food (April 10, 2010)

Interested in growing some food of your own this summer, but lack the garden space to do it?  A local gardener, Belinda Phillips, in the Plymouth area is offering some of her extra garden space in Thornton.  She writes, “I have several large, already-plowed garden spots in my back and side yards.  I’d be willing to let people garden there in exchange for just a little bit of the harvest. They have been covered in plastic for the year  all the plots may need is fertilizing . They are well drained, sun for all day, few predators (she has two noisy dogs).  If you are interested please e-mail Belinda at

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