Thursday, March 17, 2011

is spring here yet??

I was over visiting Liz over at her blog. I had read about her receiving her garden seeds. I know from where Liz lives on our blue marble that she will planting way before me. I won't even begin to start planting the garden until towards the end of May early part of June. Lucky girl!!!!

beneath all of this snow,  is my veggie garden
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6 comments:

  1. Starting to feel spring-like here, although my garden's still under snow too. May 24th is supposed to be the last frost date but I usually wait 'til June to put plants in. I can't wait!

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  2. Last year, nothing got planted until about mid-June. We had about a three day snow fall May long weekend. The moisture in the snow was good for the pastures and hay, but not for me as the veggie grower.

    Do you start your plants in the house?

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  3. I'll start the tomatoes in the next couple weeks. I'm going to have to look through my seeds and read up on some of them as I think there may be one or two new ones that I need to start inside. I'd like to say I start sweet peppers too but I gave up on them a few years ago.

    How 'bout you?

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  4. I usually start tomatoes, hot and sweet peppers, cabbages, broccoli, cauliflower, and some flowers.Our gardening season is exceptionally short, and last year the corn didn't hit maturity. I have heard from some locals, that you can start corn inside.I thought, since I aint doing anything worthwhile, that I would give it a try.

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  5. I'm pretty sure I've seen started corn in the spring at a couple of nurseries. What the heck - you've got nothing to lose.

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  6. My thinking exactly...nothing to loose.

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