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Discussion in 'Community Forum' started by Drahts, Apr 6, 2020.

  1. Drahts

    Drahts 12 pointer

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    Whatchy'all got started in your garden? What else is going in later on?

    Currently squash and turnips in mine. Tomatoes, cukes, peppers, gr beans, and maybe some taters will go in a bit later. Momma has her herbs going, mint, lavender, lemongrass, basil, cilantro, oregeno and thyme.
     
  2. Gforcetrivers

    Gforcetrivers 10 pointer

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    Lettuce, radishes, beets, snap peas, still have kale in from last winter and picked several asparagus spears from plants put in last year.
     
  3. HCDH66

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    This weekend I planted 2 60-foot rows of Kennebuc potatoes, 1 row of yellow onions, 1/2 row of white onions, and 18 hills of lettuce.
     
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  4. Nock

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    Got lettuce up along with green onions.
     
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  5. Snap peas, kale and onions so far. Also starting to transition from tilled rows to raised beds over next few years. Here’s my first small section complete with a dandelion smack dab in middle.

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    Oh yeah, gonna try to grow a lemon or two.

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  6. JR in KY

    JR in KY 12 pointer

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    DS, my buddy Skruske was in California a couple weeks back. He picked this stuff out of a fellas yard. Look at the size of these Lemons.

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  7. smashdn

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    Cabbage, broccoli, spinach, lettuce.

    We'll do squash, okra, a few tomatoes, peppers and zucchini later. Maybe green beans.

    Raised beds.
     
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  8. HuntressOfLight

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    Nothing yet, still too wet to till.
     
  9. HuntressOfLight

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    Sunny day and finally up to 77°F, though; first time in a while and should help, with 80°F forecast for tomorrow. In route to torch mega dandelions in the meantime, being that I like to burn things.


     
  10. barney

    barney 12 pointer

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    My pineapple is starting to bloom.
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  11. redjackson

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    Got most of our seeds germinating. Got Brussel sprouts and cabbage growning. Finally got dry enough to plow and disk!
     
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  12. HappyHunter

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    Broccoli, kale, radishes, lettuce, beets, and volunteer arugula.

    I planted 6 broccoli plants. I buried a crappie carcass with all but 1. That plant is 1/3 the size of the other 5.
     
  13. bondhu

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    Radish,lettuce, potatoes and onion
    Float bed plants are 1 inch tall with Tomato’s, peppers , and cucumbers
     
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  14. Withered Oak

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    Onions, lettuce, cabbage, and set some more strawberries this year. Yesterday I planted some milkweed.
     
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  15. It was 34 when I got up around sunrise but there was a decent breeze so no frost anywhere. Anybody get a touch? Looks like another possible frost next week.
     
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