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That's very nice @ol hippie

Now I have to compete with that?


Disclaimer: All photographs uploaded here were taken for my own use. You do not see any weeds. It is your imagination.

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I'm afraid you have a severe shortage of weeds in your garden. If you'd like to remedy that, all I need do is walk by the rows and they will sprout profusely in a short period of time. It's my "special power" lol.

Shane

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I was going to ask how much it costs you to have someone clean out all those weeds before you take the pictures?

Can they travel?


Disclaimer: All photographs uploaded here were taken for my own use. You do not see any weeds. It is your imagination.

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Not much help to be found around here anymore. Most of these young folks will run if you mention garden. I’m it for gardening around here. Farming but no gardening. 

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Here’s one Big Sky I scrounged up. A row of late peas from last year.
 

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That's more like it. Now I can post this.

 

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Disclaimer: All photographs uploaded here were taken for my own use. You do not see any weeds. It is your imagination.

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Wow, David.....they are beyond "starting" to grow.....looks great!

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Man, am I behind.....

Nice looking garden there, Mr. David.

 

 

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I'm jealous. I too am so behind. The plants in the cups are starting to flower. Not good. @Davidx357 Nice clean garden tho. Looks great.

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I agree with everyone David your garden looks great!


21' X 48' High Tunnel

Knox, NY

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3 hours ago, Hippie Willie said:

I'm jealous. I too am so behind. The plants in the cups are starting to flower. Not good. @Davidx357 Nice clean garden tho. Looks great.

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I know it's hard, but you have to pinch the flowers off. They shouldn't get blooms until after you transplant them. It will stunt their growth.

@Davidx357 That looks nice.

I was working in my greenhouse building some shelves, and it started blizzarding. Supposed to get down to -16 Saturday night, so I have a while still before I can really get started.

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Disclaimer: All photographs uploaded here were taken for my own use. You do not see any weeds. It is your imagination.

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Posted (edited)

The tomatoes on the front right made it thru the winter, and some of the pepper bushes in the second row also made it.  I want to see how the produce from them comes out.

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David, your garden looks great, and over winter tomatoes and peppers are certainly impressive. I look forward to a produce count on them too.

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Here's my seedlings.    The voids are obviously the peppers lagging behind and a few Arkansas Travelers that are from 5 year old seed.

I started my seeds about a week and a half ago.    My tomatoes will have to go to cups and out in the greenhouse as I won't be able to keep them out of the lights by next week.

 

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@ccat Looking great. I'm going to start about 50 Bella Rosa seeds tonight. Bella Rosa is my all time favorite and most productive tomato plant I've ever planted.

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I planted about 20 Bella Rosa last year.   Yep, they were really good.    Good luck Hippie

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19 hours ago, Hippie Willie said:

@ccat Looking great. I'm going to start about 50 Bella Rosa seeds tonight. Bella Rosa is my all time favorite and most productive tomato plant I've ever planted.

You know, I believe Bella Rosa is the tomato a neighbor recommended one year to me. I had already planted my garden at the time....I may have to try these. Will also give her a call and ask. She is not someone that I know other than just in passing....hope she still lives in the neighborhood and I can reach her on our neighborhood forum. She had offered to give me some transplants she had grown, but I had no room for them at the time.

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Took this picture of the brand wines this morning. Got them out on the deck today. 

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I'm so late this year but I gotta keep going.  I even started some okra seed today! Too Early?

 

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Man RG all your stuff looks great.  Wonder if growing tomatoes in a soy sauce bucket makes them count as Asian food.... lol

 

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