Tomatoes, peppers, beans, squash, cucumbers and eggplant: I'm getting hungry!
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3,775 3/28/13 11:14 P
zucchini and tomatoes
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9,359 3/28/13 11:01 P
Probably tomatoes, cucumber, corn, and squash.
Janie Garcia Moreno
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3/28/13 10:57 P
gerber daisies, calla lilies, cascading geraniums, petunias, pursling, tomatoes, herbs of all kinds. We are limited on planting outside our porch and screened in pool area because of the deer that jump the fence from the state park every night and come graze!
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My garden's covered in snow so I'm way behind - though I've got some of my plants started off on an upstairs window sill. Runner beans, broad beans, mange-tout, baby corn, courgettes, peppers, tomatoes, raspberries, Victoria plums, apples - oh and I've just planted a cherry tree, but don't expect fruit this year. By the way, my garden's quite small and a lot of these will have to go in pots. Oh and basil, chives, mint and parsley.
Edited by: FAITHP44 at: 3/28/2013 (17:16)
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3/28/13 2:45 P
tomatoes, lettuces and cucumbers already planted
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3/28/13 2:03 P
Our usual...various herbs, tomatoes, flowers for youngest dd (8).
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3/28/13 8:51 A
mom supplies me with tomatoes; I grow parsley and mint (I have a MAJOR tabouleh addiction!)
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3/28/13 8:45 A
My parents were big on gardening for a while, but for whatever reason they stopped and it's been a couple years. We used to grow strawberries, tomatoes, grape tomatoes, cukes, and peppers. I'm thinking about starting it back up again myself this spring.
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3/28/13 8:38 A
Tomatoes & grape tomatoes, bell peppers & hot peppers, cucumbers & pickling cucumbers, green beans, butternut squash, yellow & zucchini squash, kohlrabi, lettuce, spinach. Maybe sweet potatoes if there's any room.
We put in 6 fruit trees in the fall-- 2 each apples, pears, cherries. Probably won't get anything this year.
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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8,884 3/28/13 8:34 A
tomatoes, parsley, rosemary, cucumbers, and maybe add a blueberry bush this year.
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3/28/13 7:20 A
I'm a little behind in my gardening because of the cold spring we've had in Southern Ontario. But I think we plan on doing tomatoes and grape tomatoes, peas, green beans, rhubarb, maybe some peppers and we have strawberries and raspberries.
Would love to hear what you're planting this spring to get some more ideas. I've tried a few things that didn't turn out so well; carrots, onions, bell peppers, brussel sprouts (got horrible aphids!).
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