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Congratulations on the greenhouse kit. That great. Raining here, so no gardening for me.

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My greenhouse kit arrived on Friday, yeah!, so I've been putting it together as time allows, which isn't much! It's not well made-for what I paid, I didn't expect the Taj Mahal!-but a lot of the pieces aren't machined well so it's a bit of a chore to get things screwed together. Took an hour to put the little vent window together and last evening it took an hour and a half to put the door together. Not complaining, I knew how it was going to be, but it's going to take a bit of time to get it all done! Still, I'm super excited that it's going up, can't wait to use it!

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Yesterday we got a load of mulch and I put it down in the front flower beds.... Hubby put in more bricks on the wall in back.... making progress!

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I'd love to see pictures of your wall when it is done, please.

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MNJONES you really did work hard! 50# bricks - WOW! Your retaining wall should really look nice.

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Yesterday afternoon hubby and I picked up one pallet of retaining wall bricks and unloaded them! OMG that was my workout of the day!! Hubby estimated each brick was at least 50 lbs and we had 45 bricks. I did 15 brcks and he did 30. in fairness to myself I had to eat dinner and get to play practice.... But we have the shape of the garden outlined so it ready to go. We need to buy 9 more bricks too... but that will be easy after yesterday.

Today is pouring rain - so no work in the garden today but hoping this weekend we can get to it again.

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Good for you. As long as you enjoy your garden, that is what counts. According to family and friends my garden is very different. That's ok, cause it gives me pleasure. Hope yours give it to you.

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Worked on planting the front yard with new plants - previous items had died or gone wild.... so trying some different ideas this year.... for taller plants I put in ornamental peppers - too hot to eat but should look nice the peppers are quite small... then put in pansies around the bottoms. they last all year so should have some nice color.

In the back I planted two types of garlic in pots - thought what the heck - my yard is in transition so going to try new things.

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It is gorgeous to see them, whatever the reason. :)

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I also had a large group of Red Adminal and a few Painted Ladies in my back yard. Last night went to my Wild Ones meeting and a few people were talking about the same thing. I wonder what's up.

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My yard is full of butterflies. I've nothing seen anything like it. I think they are Red Admiral. Must be over 2 dozen of them. It is spectacular.

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So I bought a little green house with pods a couple of weeks ago and I planted Basil, Cilantro, and Parsley. Basil is the only thing that sprouted and only two of them. I don't think I was meant to be a gardener.

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Cleaned up the back yard and garden plot yesterday and went to the dump today. This year is going to be a transition year as we took out some bushes and I am going to put in some planters -- well make another planter with the stackable bricks.... anyway dont know how much I will actually get planted this year but what a great time it will be!!

I am thinking of planting some edible flowers this year to pop into a salad now and again!! Want to try something different!!

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Garden and yard are coming along great! Daffodils are just opening as are a few early tulips. Blueberry bushes and dwarf fruit trees are at full bud break. Japanese maples are also budding out with an inch or so of new growth. My strawberries survived last weeks frost, yippy!, and in the garden, I have sugar snap peas, chinese cabbage, spinach, chives, garlic, onions, parsley, broccoli and choi sum (an experiment, friend gave me some seeds left over from last year, so I thought I'd see how they grow. I'll worry about how to cook them to eat later!) all coming up very nicely. I also bought a 4" parsley start and a small pack of swiss chard starts and those are adjusting nicely to being planted out. I got 8 swiss chard seedlings out of a 4 pack so I'm pretty happy with that! Only challenge right now is the slugs are coming out as well. I'll be putting slug traps out around the garden beds this week, they're already nibbling on my chinese cabbage and they are only an inch out of the ground! Grrrrrr! I got about half of my potatoes planted, the rest I just need to get the tubs drilled and get some more potting soil at Home Depot and they'll be done by this weekend as well. Spring has sprung here in the northwest!

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My hyacinths are in bud and bloom. No daffodils, yet. It rained here yesterday and when it stopped, it was too cold and windy to work outside.

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My husband surprised me after Easter dinner today... I had trimmed down the bushes in the back yard, and he went out and finished cutting down the big parts. So we loaded all the debris in the truck, cleaned out the rest of the tumbleweed too. Tomorrow we will go the dump and unload our yard waste. Tada!! So had a nice dinner and got a bit work done.

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So far not so good here in Northern Utah. Grass is starting to turn green and I have daffodils about ready to bloom. Been cleaning out garden bed and flower beds to prepare for planting.

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hey y'all, hows the garden?

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You are one busy person. Great way to use your zucchini.

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We have two semi dwarf peach trees that are ripe right now. I am up to my elbows in peach juice! I pick, peal, halve and freeze on a cookie sheet. Then stack in the freezer in a ziplock bag for later use. I have been making peach cobbler and eating a lot of peaches! Yum.
My other really good crop is zucchini. I am learning to put it in everything for the added nutrition. I made my usual tamale pie recipe the other day and put in two packed cups of drained shredded zucchini. I left out 1/2 cup of milk from the recipe to allow for the moisture in the zucchini. It turned out great and did not change the flavor at all.

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Just transplanted 2 peonies bushes. Bad time to do this. The person who gave them to me just wanted them out, so I can't pass-up free plants. I'll have to keep them well water with the heat in the 90s.

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Patience, just keep watering and talking to them and you will get more than you can eat.

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I still have not seen (or tasted!) the fruits of my labors! This is my first year with my container garden & I'm frustrated!!

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I'm done for the season except for transplanting a couple kale plants. I spent a fair amount of time this week just weeding, and I'll put up all the tomato cages this week. The tomatoes are growing like gangbusters, which is what I want. I want fruit set before the heat comes in, and so far, the weather is cooperating.
I did a scarey thing. I planted a plot of buttercup squash, a pumpkin plot and also a plot of butternut. Great germiniation, so I transplanted 6 pumpkin plants and 4 butternut plants. So I'll have 5 buttercups, 8 butternuts, 11 pumpkin. The plan is to have the vines spill over the things I "oversummer" like onions and irises, but I know that things can get out of hand very quickly. There could be a dead body under there and nobody would know till fall.

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I had a great garden day. I went to the community garden and worked on my little plot. I planted some watermelon and cantaloupe. Then I made a trip to Home Depot and bought some plants and things for our home garden/yard. I bought a large clay container and planted a yellow dwarf canna and some wandering jew in it. I also planted some ajuga in a flower bed, after I got the unwanted bermuda grass out of the way. I planted some lavender in the rose garden area. I also added some watermelon seeds to our veggie garden. One other thing that I remember planting was some sedum from some cuttings from the container I had it in. I planted some of the sedum cuttings in the ground. It does quite well here in the summer. So overall, I had a pretty good urban garden day. How about you?

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I finally got me tomato plants in yesterday. My garden is getting bigger. Had to dig up a 3' strip for the tomatoes. I put some newpapers down between them and put a little bit of mulch on top of the papers. There was some creeping charley in the grass I dug up. So I'll see how the newpapers worked. Now I'm looking for a place for my pepper plants. I think I'll plant them in with the flowers in the front yard.

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Well, Sungold. It is always the earliest. A friend wanted me to dig out a bunch of volunteer plants next to where she had the Sungold last year. So, they are Sungold children, and we're all interested to see what they will look like this year.

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Wow! That is great that your tomatoes are ready. Ours are covered with blooms. Guess we will have to wait for some hotter weather.

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I ate the first tomato this week!

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Today I weeded another flower bed. Actually, it was grass in the flower beds. I wish that Bermuda grass would disappear. I want to only have a trail between our flower beds and gardens. I keep making the grass area smaller by moving the rocks and bricks along the edge of the garden beds. I then added our compost to our flower beds. We have been working on composting leaves/ grass and the compost is ready to work into the beds.

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It emoticon today but the emoticon is out now.

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I transplanted a ton of basil and peppers today, and more on the way this week!

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Most of my tomatoes are in!

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Today I had a friend set some gopher traps for me, and we caught one in minutes. Now, hopefully, we'll have some beans.

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Hey, where is everybody?????? I planted the buttercup squash yesterday.

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Many of my tomato plants are ready for transplanting, so I am working hard this week to get the beds ready.

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something came along and ate all the seedlings that I hadn't transplanted yet, so I have only a handful of plants.

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Must put the garden in this weekend, but unless I can get the rototiller from my friends I may have to put it off. I'll buy the plants, even though I will be gone the following weekend for 4 days. They can just get accustomed to environment of my house & garden.
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My pepper seedlings are up, too, so plenty of transplanting is in store!

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Lots of tomato seedlings to transplant this week!

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My back is a bit sore today after trying to empty a large compost bin.

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I'm on a gardening tear this week, trying to take advantage of the weather, and making up for lose time.

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We're getting a warm rain today -- the seedlings love it.

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One of my gardening motivations: if I weed the roses and put down some fresh pine straw, I can take a picture and post it here.

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I would SO love to borrow some chickens for bug control. I know you can rent goats to clear shrubs and weeks -- when will we get hen rentals?

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...and, I could use a few chickens to keep the snail population down!

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One of the drawbacks of Urban Gardening - there's often more cat poo than cow poo in the flower beds.

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Well, it all sounds like a recipe for contoversy and ill-will to me. I suppose if you subscibe to the belief "no publicity is bad publicity" then at least it gets them in the news.

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Here's a good link. All the real-time action is on the FB page that is cited. Enjoy!

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