Arlington Citizen-Journal

July 7, 2014 12:00 AM

Gnismer Farms moves to Waco area, but surprise could await DFW fans

Owner Lynn Remsing wants Arlington-area customers to know that the pick-it-yourself patch will be rising in October with a good crop of golden gourds for the fall.

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