i started to prepare a herb garden by planting potatoes last week
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So far, just herbs and leftover flower seeds from last year. We plan on tomatoes, peppers, squash - just the easy stuff that we know will grow. Or, I should say, we won't kill!
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Posts: 3,145 3/7/11 10:51 A
In the process of sorting my seeds out...I've bought some onion sets and potatoes
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Our ground has only softened up in the past 3-4 days. We haven't planted anything yet. Indoors, we have lettuce started, and some herbs growing. I don't thinks the stores have tomato starts yet. But if they do, we can start some in the kitchen. In fact, I don't think I can buy onions yet.
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Waaaay to early to plant here (we have feet of snow, with another foot expected tomorrow), but I'm planning on tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumbers (my usuals), plus this year we are trying some new to us stuff: lettuce, broccoli, brussel sprouts, eggplant, canteloupe, and string beans. I'm also thinking of planting a blueberry bush and some raspberry canes, but not sure yet. Come on spring!!!
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Posts: 4,382 3/6/11 9:58 A
It's too early here to plant outdoors. Indoors we've started tomatoes, peppers, onions, leeks, cilantro and I don't remember what else.
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Posts: 12,023 3/6/11 9:22 A
Going to plant asparagus and thornless blackberries today... that is, hubby is!
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Way too early to plant here. Besides I'd have to dig under the snow. Pretty much here in Upstate New York, we don't plant until Memorial Day or else take a chance of frost.
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Posts: 918 3/6/11 1:33 A
A little early to plant outside here, but I am keeping an eye on the weather. Under the lights, I have broccoli, onions, lettuce, spinach. Monday I will start my tomatoes and peppers.
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Kang kong; snow peas & buckwheat for long sprouts.
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Posts: 266 3/5/11 10:56 P
Still a little too early even to start our seedlings here. Last frost is the final week of May, so we need to get our act together soon, though. Plans are for squash, tomatoes, onions, garlic, peppers and chilies to start with. I'm also lobbying for asparagus and beans.
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Posts: 12,023 3/5/11 10:51 P
Today, we planted onions, snow peas, potatoes and beets!
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