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Sjones433

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Warming up early!
« on: February 22, 2012, 03:39:15 PM »
This might be weird, but today I get to ware shorts for the first time and it really brings those summer and spring feelings alive. I hope everyone had a great winter, thanks to both of jacks podcast I have taken it upon my self to start being more productive and self sufficient.  I am starting my first garden, I just planted some catnip and cucumbers (First seeds i have ever planted out doors) It might be to early for me but I don't think its going to be getting any colder the way the weathers been here this year. Anyone else doing some gardening if so what are choices of crop this year?
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Re: Warming up early!
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2012, 07:56:37 PM »
Yeah, did some gardening today. Had to amend the soil and plant the fava bean and pea starts. I'm still waiting for a wee bit warmer weather as it has suddenly gotten colder here again, but I also have some lettuce, kale, and chard starts in the house. I can't wait until they go into the garden!

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Re: Warming up early!
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2012, 09:06:11 PM »
Haven't really planted anything yet for spring, I did put about 4" of compost from our chicken coop around our 4 fruit tree's I planted 2 years ago. I also added some compost to our garden. I planted garlic and onions last fall as usual and the garlic is about 8-10" tall, the onions are just poking up. I also built a  new 4x8 raised bed along one of our fence lines to use for my Asparagus bed, I got a dozen 2 year old roots to add there when I get the time.
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