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Julie_WA_Writer
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Western, Washington
USA
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Posted - 10/04/2017 :  8:53:18 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
Thanks Jnanne. I need to take some more Wilco shops to buy a few more plants

“Great empires are not maintained by timidity.” Tacitus
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MCBarb
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USA
1709 Posts

Posted - 10/10/2017 :  7:11:44 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
Hmm, tomorrow night should be 31, next night will be about the same. I am done covering plants. I will pull plants out of pots and hope for a much better summer next year!!
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MCBarb
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USA
1709 Posts

Posted - 01/03/2018 :  06:40:40 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
Spring is around the corner. I am planning this year's gardens.
scallions, yellow pear tomatoes, salsa tomatoes, Cherokee purple tomatoes, sweet pepps, jalapenos, basil, green and yellow beans and lots of flowers!!!!!!!!!!!
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MCBarb
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USA
1709 Posts

Posted - 02/05/2018 :  08:59:30 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
I planted some seeds>> lots of basil, yellow pear tomato, jalapenos, sweet pepps, marigolds and dill.
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MCBarb
Star Contributor

USA
1709 Posts

Posted - 02/20/2018 :  10:42:40 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
Is anyone gardening and/or planting seeds or is it just me?
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Jnanne
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LA
USA
3052 Posts

Posted - 02/28/2018 :  10:55:29 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
I just noticed yesterday that the hyacinth that I had forgotten I'd planted is in full bloom. It is gorgeous. And the daffodils are making heads. Should be blooming any day now. The iris are up, but I don't know when they will be spectacular. The green is about a foot tall and that is pretty, but when they bloom they will be much better. Many of my trees are blooming. The camellia is about done. We've had so much rain that I don't think I'll be out planting anything anytime soon, but I sure am enjoying the springtime flowers.

Jnanne
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Jnanne
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LA
USA
3052 Posts

Posted - 02/28/2018 :  10:58:58 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
The hyacinths that I had forgotten about planting are in full bloom and are gorgeous. The daffodils are starting to make heads and should be blooming soon. The iris are about a foot tall and while the greenery is pretty, I can't wait for them to become spectacular. My camellia tree (someone way back when nursed it until it is almost as tall as my 3-story house and has one trunk, so it is definitely not a shrub) is finished blooming. Many of the other trees are in full bloom right now.

It has been raining for days and I don't know when I'll be able to plant anything, but I sure am enjoying the springtime flowers!

Jnanne
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Ray Sola
Volition.com Staff

Prescott, AZ
USA
3099 Posts

Posted - 02/28/2018 :  1:08:05 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by MCBarb

Is anyone gardening and/or planting seeds or is it just me?

Nothing gets planted here till after Mother's Day. We always have at least one frost in late April. Garden center loves to see people buying stuff on the 70+ degree days in April thinking it is OK to plant. Then we get a frost and it all dies.
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MCBarb
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USA
1709 Posts

Posted - 04/02/2018 :  4:34:38 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
So far I have jalapenos, sweet peppers, yellow pear tomatoes, sweet pea flowering vines and jalapeno gigante. I am also growing tendergreen beans in my kitchen!! Bad news is all hollyhocks, yellow tomatoes, geraniums and other peppers died. I plan to replant hollyhocks, geraniums, yellow tomatoes and marigolds......
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