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  1. Chamomile Lady
    April 30th, 2012 12:41 PM
    Chamomile Lady
    Yes...I like chamomile tea...
  2. KentuckyGardenGirl
    April 17th, 2012 08:06 PM
    KentuckyGardenGirl
    Thanks Good luck with yours too. Tomatoes are out, beans are coming up more and more. I hope we actually get some beans this year- the heat did them in last year and they didn't produce a single bean Peppers are looking good, okra is growing taller and getting more true leaves. I've never grown okra so this will be a fun little experiment
  3. lorri d
    April 14th, 2012 11:32 PM
    lorri d
    I am in So. Oregon. Only cool crops can be planted now. We don't plant warm season crops until may 15th. We can just make it with corn and tomatoes if we do everthing right. I am sorta kicking myself right now, because I think I overwatered my tomatoe seedlings a little bit. On a few, the leaves are slightly curled and a few have one leaf stem that is drooping. But, they still look good, so I think they will be fine if that is the problem.

    My main garden is only about 35 by 28. I have smaller ones all around and was given two raised beds. It still isn't enough room for everything I want to do.

    My husband brought home some pallets made of 2 x 6's, so I will have a few more small raised beds to add.
  4. KentuckyGardenGirl
    April 14th, 2012 05:01 PM
    KentuckyGardenGirl
    Yes, my okra is out as are most of my peppers. Tomatoes go out tomorrow. Greenbeans are popping up and squash goes in this wekk as well. Garden is coming along great! How's yours?
  5. Chamomile Lady
    April 13th, 2012 03:19 PM
    Chamomile Lady
    I'm so sorry for not answering you sooner...but no, I'm not growing pumpkins, last year they didn't do so good...maybe i will this year, I don't know yet.

    ~Chamomile Lady~
  6. lorri d
    April 13th, 2012 01:15 PM
    lorri d
    The only things in bloom at my house are: lavender, allysum, dianthis, rosemary, wild strawberries and unwanted dandelions. Most are just in small flower beds. The only thing I have lots of are the weeds so far. I am waiting for my covercrop of red clover to bloom, so I will know when I will be able to turn it over and can start planting. I want to get some plastic mulch down to start warming the soil for my warm crops. I have lots more flowers and vegetables starting under my lights. This is the first year that I am starting most of my stuff by seed.
  7. Sarina
    April 12th, 2012 04:56 PM
    Sarina
    I haven't SEEN them, but I haven't really LOOKED either. I will make a point to the next time I go.
    As for what I'm growing...EVERYTHING! I've got four types of hot pepper, four bells, two eggplants, zucchini, squash, tomatillos, blue lake bush beans, okra, fennel, a dozen tomatoes, and an assortment of herbs. I was going some salad greens, but it's already too darn hot for them
  8. Texas Gal
    April 12th, 2012 03:44 PM
    Texas Gal
    Yes I do...
    I know Chamomile Lady!
    Last time I grew stuff, nothing came of it...the drought took away every thing!

    But I still want to grow stuff this year too

    What are you growing?
    ~Texas Gal~
  9. Texas Gal
    April 12th, 2012 06:39 AM
    Texas Gal
    If you live in Katy then...that would mean...that I live south of you North TX!!!!!
    I hope all is going well where you live!

    ~Texas Gal~
  10. Nichole
    April 11th, 2012 11:25 PM
    Nichole
    She's doing well, thanks! She had her first agility class tonight since the incident - she's had three weeks off and hasn't missed a beat. You really have to look for the scar now it is healing very well.

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