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Today 11:35 AM
Girl_Loves_Hydraulics Yay my chocolate cherry tomato seeds made it in! Gonna hurry up and get these things germinated quickly while it's warming up.

On a good note, my seedlings are now popping up out of nowhere!
2 pepperoncini, 3 Bonnie's Best, 2 cherry tomatoes, 1 California Wonder bell pepper, 1 Boston pickling cucumber, and a salad cucumber. Not ideal, but this weather has been crazy this way. Hoping it just stays constant enough to get some good growth!
04-21-2015 09:08 AM
Girl_Loves_Hydraulics
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Originally Posted by ksotto333 View Post
Sorry about your pumpkins, but I like the sign. I usually start everything by seed, crazy spring so I'll buy plants this year. I harvest flower seeds each year, and resow them them in all the beds. My flower beds are always a little surprise. We are trying to get Morel mushrooms started in our old compost heap. Our fingers are crossed, soil is rich,dark and in the shade. So it should work. Our strawberry area has doubled in the last two years. I can't wait for fresh from the garden fruit and vegetables.
I love morels! Especially with a nice piece of venison
04-21-2015 09:07 AM
Girl_Loves_Hydraulics
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Originally Posted by Cheyanna View Post
Attachment 289913 my note for the pumpkin thief
LOL that is too funny. What has happened to this world where you can't have a pumpkin in your yard without something messing with it...
04-20-2015 10:40 PM
ksotto333 Sorry about your pumpkins, but I like the sign. I usually start everything by seed, crazy spring so I'll buy plants this year. I harvest flower seeds each year, and resow them them in all the beds. My flower beds are always a little surprise. We are trying to get Morel mushrooms started in our old compost heap. Our fingers are crossed, soil is rich,dark and in the shade. So it should work. Our strawberry area has doubled in the last two years. I can't wait for fresh from the garden fruit and vegetables.
04-20-2015 10:18 PM
Cheyanna Attachment 289913 my note for the pumpkin thief
04-20-2015 09:05 PM
Cheyanna
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Originally Posted by Girl_Loves_Hydraulics View Post
We must apprehend this stealer of pumpkins! Unless it's something fuzzy and cute then we might have to rethink it lol

It was an ugly man.
04-20-2015 04:00 PM
Ruger Monster My tomato plants have grown pretty well, my strawberry plant and jalapeno plants have quadrupled in size. Can't wait to see them start producing

Oh yeah, I'm total newb - reading at all this garden talk
04-20-2015 02:26 PM
Girl_Loves_Hydraulics
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Originally Posted by Cheyanna View Post
Someone stole my pumpkin that was growing in the front yard. Jerk!

California is in a drought so I am only planting herbs and peas.
We must apprehend this stealer of pumpkins! Unless it's something fuzzy and cute then we might have to rethink it lol
04-20-2015 02:15 PM
Cheyanna Someone stole my pumpkin that was growing in the front yard. Jerk!

California is in a drought so I am only planting herbs and peas.
04-20-2015 10:59 AM
Girl_Loves_Hydraulics
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Originally Posted by Daisy&Lucky's Mom View Post
Well hubby put the onions in and hopefully this weekend will plant the peas.
I'm hoping to get my peas and my new Jade bush beans in...I was going to do the transplant thing, but it's a lot of work. I just figure I'll wait the extra week and direct sow.
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