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    Roberta Bailey and Robert Lemire’s garlic farm - Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Roberta Bailey and Robert Lemire of Seven Tree Farm pose for a portrait near their field of 1,000 pounds of garlic. Bailey and Lemire grow almost all of their own food on their property, but Lemire tends to a separate crop that he sells commercially.

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    Lemire of Vassalboro nestles himself in-between a couple of rows of garlic at Seven Tree Farm. Lemire says he believes that by picking the scapes off the plants, it sends more energy into the roots of the plant.

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    Roberta Bailey and Robert Lemire’s garlic farm - Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Roberta Bailey carries a few heads of garlic while walking through a field.

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    Roberta Bailey and Robert Lemire’s garlic farm - Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Lemire peels a head of Georgian Fire garlic while standing in a field filled with the vegetables. Each year Lemire rotates his crop of 1,000 pounds of garlic from field to field.

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    Roberta Bailey and Robert Lemire’s garlic farm - Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Lemire picks garlic scapes in a field at his Vassalboro farm. When the time is right, Lemire will harvest 1,000 pounds of garlic from this field to sell commercially.

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    Roberta Bailey and Robert Lemire’s garlic farm - Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Bailey carries a few heads of garlic as Robert Lemire picks garlic scapes at Seven Tree Farm. Growing garlic began as a hobby for the couple but has quickly ballooned into this commercial field that produces 1,000 pounds of garlic.

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