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A few more seeds arrived in the mail this morning. Always puts in me a good mood, even if I do get teased over it.

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I agree It is always a good day when seeds orders start arriving!

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21' X 48' High Tunnel

Knox, NY

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My wife calls seed catalogs my "Adult Magazines."

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

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17 hours ago, BigSkyGardener said:

My wife calls seed catalogs my "Adult Magazines."

Lol @BigSkyGardener my wife calls the videos and fourms that I frequent my garden porn. Lol

 

It's always a great day when new seeds arrive! I have a freezer full of seeds that I will never be able to use them all in my life time. But if things get bad they are there for me!

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I'm like "Not tonight hun, I got a new seed catalog today."

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

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Toddsseeds.com have all their seeds in the on sale section 25 percent off.. 

 

Just helping anyone's addiction for bulk seed purchases!!

 

I get most all my seeds in 1 pound bulk from them accept for tomato seeds. 

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ButtaBean, I see you have some Alabama Blackeye Butterbean seed. Have you eat them before? Wondering how you like them. 

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5 hours ago, ol hippie said:

ButtaBean, I see you have some Alabama Blackeye Butterbean seed. Have you eat them before? Wondering how you like them. 

Yes sir, I have. My family has grow these for years. My all time favorite, they are an ugly thing after cooked but that dont hurt the taste none. We through them in with a hamhock and sometimes with cowpeas with snaps. Of course, got to have corn bread sticks and theres a meal I can eat all week long.

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I saw them for first time in seed catalog a month or so back and then I saw you had some. I wondered what they would look like when cooked. I never have seen or heard of them. If I’m able to plant what I got planned in garden, I want have room for them this year, but may have to try them next year. 

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3 hours ago, ol hippie said:

I saw them for first time in seed catalog a month or so back and then I saw you had some. I wondered what they would look like when cooked. I never have seen or heard of them. If I’m able to plant what I got planned in garden, I want have room for them this year, but may have to try them next year. 

They turn a grayish color when cooked, not the prettiest but definitely one of the prettiest but definitely one of the tastiest.

Someone tossed out all my saved seeds when cleaning the freezer this winter so having to start over with a lot of my collection, not going to mention names but she knows who she is lol. It was an accident, wouldn't do it on purpose. 

I'll be saving seed this year, remind me down the road and we can send you some to try out.

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