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3/29/12 5:25 P
3/29/12 5:07 P
Yes, tomatoes, peppers, onions, squash and anything else I can think of
Every journey begins with a step.
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3/29/12 4:52 P
no way, i got a black thumb
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30 3/29/12 2:16 P
I have a garden all year long. Since the price of veggies continues to rise, it not only saves me money but makes my day when I can go outside, cut lettuce and eat a salad right afterwards!
My schedule is so hectic and I found that I would start a garden and maintain it for a while but then I would have to travel and the weeds/bugs would take over and all was lost.
Now in the fall, I start all my plants in pots, put them on the back porch and used some clear plastic to encase the area to make a make-shift greenhouse. Add a heat light and poof-I can grow year round!
It's not even summer and my tomatoes are already about the size of a pea and I harvest spinach, lettuce, swiss chard, collards, broccoli and green peas daily!!
Life is like a wheelbarrow...it only works when you push it!
The reason people try to put you in a box is because they know you're a gift!
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3/29/12 1:05 P
Smart idea with the bare spot! I didn't do it with a pool, but just laid out plastic over the winter and it was garden-ready in April. I guess I won't be doing one this year. Too old and tired -( emoticon belongs here!) Fortunately, I live close to our city Farmer's Market. Good luck and have fun!
Why do the emoticons end up at the bottom instead of where I want them???? grrr
Edited by: GIMMYLESS at: 3/29/2012 (13:06)
If you don't know where you're going, you'll probably end up somewhere else.
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60 3/29/12 12:34 P
Yes we do a large every year , when you are married to a farmer you have to have a garden, LOL; I love a garden it still is so amazing to me how fast things grow ; and I find it does not pay to buy real expensive plants the cheap plants work just as well for instance tomato plants,but it is a little early yet;
Fitness Minutes: (5,526)
3/29/12 12:24 P
We have a large garden and just added another one. My city decided that the little blue blow up pools are a hazard and require a fence around them (I'm not spending money on a fence). So since I have a nice circle of bare dirt in the yard from the pool, my girls and I turned it into their garden. We planted a few cold crops on Monday...peas, spinach, lettuce, onions, kohlrabi, radishes, and carrots. When the frost danger is gone we'll add zucchini, cucumbers, a cherry tomato, beans, broccoli, and a bunch of flower seeds. In the big garden, I'll mostly have tomatoes, different types of peppers, potatoes, corn and herbs. Now I'm getting hungry!
Job 12:7-10 7 "But ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds of the air, and they will tell you; 8 or speak to the earth, and it will teach you, or let the fish of the sea inform you. 9 Which of all these does not know that the hand of the LORD has done this? 10 In his hand is the life of every creature and the breath of all mankind.
Fitness Minutes: (11,327)
3/29/12 9:53 A
Yes, we have a large organic vegetable garden. I fertilize it over the winter with fresh horse manure. I'm anxious to get started, it's mild and dry enough to start peas, cilantro and other hardy stuff, just waiting for BF it rototill.
Edited by: MADMARE at: 3/29/2012 (09:54)
Fitness Minutes: (44,595)
1,169 3/29/12 9:46 A
I live ina condo, so unfortunately I don't have thge space. I might ask my father in law to plant one on his farm
Goals are the fuel in the furnace of achievement.- Brian Tracy
Fitness Minutes: (63)
3/29/12 3:45 A
My husband started planting vegetablkes last year and has planted even more this year. Carrots (purple ones), red cabbage, Brussels sprouts (red ones), cucumbers, 4 different varieties of tomatoes, broad beans, runner beans, French beans, potatoes, onions, spring onions, Little Gem lettuce, parsnips, courgettes (zucchini?), and many dikfferent kinds of fruit.Apart from eating them cooked, we also juice them raw for smoothies.
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