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    Talking Gardens 2015

    It's that time of year again!

    Our first blooms of the season: Click image for larger version. 

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    Heh. Mine are all still under a couple feet of snow. It's going to be a few more weeks before I can take pics of much of anything. The seed catalogs have been coming in though and my fingers are getting itchy to get some ordered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    Heh. Mine are all still under a couple feet of snow. It's going to be a few more weeks before I can take pics of much of anything. The seed catalogs have been coming in though and my fingers are getting itchy to get some ordered.
    same here

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    If the weather stays good, won't be long here.
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    Better order your seeds, because some of us put together our order over Christmas, and get it all ordered in January and February. Might not be much left, if you put it off!
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    I have all my seeds, bought my onion sets a couple days ago & won't get the seed tators until about time to plant them.
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    Can't wait to get out in the garden!!

    Ordered from Fedco in January for my seeds and taters and I'm going to order some more heirloom seeds from Seed Savers Exchange out of Iowa.

    I've ordered through a farmer friend tomato and pepper plants because I just don't have the skill at this point to bring those two types straight from seed.

    Ordered from a neighbor who is a dairy farmer about 5 yards of manure which I'll spread with my tractor! That will be a first for me as the tractor was purchased last fall.

    Planted about 400 bulbs last fall for the first time as well. Can't wait to see what comes up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmorea View Post
    same here
    X2! Snow melting fast here, but not fast enough to suit me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Gizmo2 View Post
    X2! Snow melting fast here, but not fast enough to suit me!
    Well said!

    I have mulled not even putting in a garden this year, shhhhhh, don't tell Mrs. CP I just typed that. Between my recently discovered pool issue(that will most likely consume quite a bit of time), my raised beds falling apart and me losing the battle with the weeds in them, and my mini cultivator being toast, and my Cub Cadet walk behind tiller needing work…I am just not feeling it


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    Was I supposed to roto-til the part of the yard I wanted to start a garden in last fall, is it too late to do it now?

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