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rgfixit

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Re: Gardens anyone?
« Reply #4830 on: Mar 16, 2023, 03:42 AM »
Very nice gardens you have there. Well done!
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Re: Gardens anyone?
« Reply #4831 on: Mar 18, 2023, 12:14 PM »
Greenhouses are filling up..














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Re: Gardens anyone?
« Reply #4832 on: Mar 18, 2023, 12:18 PM »
Kim beans, peas and most of the others can be planted in the ground as soon as itís warm enough.  Peppers and tomatoes donít start till middle or end of April otherwise they will be long and stringy..  JMO..
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Re: Gardens anyone?
« Reply #4833 on: Mar 18, 2023, 01:14 PM »
Sure sign of spring Dom!
I have tulips, daffodils, Iris, and some other stuff I canít identify popping up in the flower gardens. Need to fence those off before the deer wipe them out.

Garlic is poking through. If it warms up a bit later this week Iíll cut back the asparagus.

Might water the trough planter and get some spinach and radishes going too. Getting anxious to play in the soil a bit.
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