The garden at Chesham Depot

Clark, Edie
August 1992
Yankee;Aug92, Vol. 56 Issue 8, p110
Relates the author's efforts to grow sweet corn in her garden. Difficulties with coons that harvested the corn before the humans could; Buying corn from roadside stands; Author's decision to try to grow sweet corn again.


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