Who's planting this year?

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plant every year cherries and grape tomatoes reg tomatoes range of peppers some cabbage egg plant carrots radish and herbs will prbly till next week get started
 

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It was 65F outside yesterday when we got home from my wife's doctor appointment, so I planted my peas. I had prepared the ground three weeks ago, during our last spell of spring-like weather, so it was easy.

Now I have two months off until the warm weather stuff goes in. I think I may pass on a spring lettuce crop or radishes this year. Wife will let me know, lol.
 

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It was 65F outside yesterday when we got home from my wife's doctor appointment, so I planted my peas. I had prepared the ground three weeks ago, during our last spell of spring-like weather, so it was easy.

Now I have two months off until the warm weather stuff goes in. I think I may pass on a spring lettuce crop or radishes this year. Wife will let me know, lol.
cant go without a good radish sandwich ;th nope cant do it
 

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Digger, you strike me as someone who would enjoy a "Stick of Dynamite". Its a cold sourdough hotcake, smeared with peanut butter, honey, and sliced raw onion, then rolled-up.

Try it!
 
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Digger, you strike me as someone who would enjoy a "Stick of Dynamite". Its a cold sourdough hotcake, smeared with peanut butter, honey, and sliced raw onion, then rolled-up.

Try it!
Raw onions good for was a village in Europe where the men would eat a onion a day sourdough and peanut butters a tad scary strange mixture flavors ill try it this summer maybe :smile:
 

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plant every year cherries and grape tomatoes reg tomatoes range of peppers some cabbage egg plant carrots radish and herbs will prbly till next week get started
Thats a nice set up.
 

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Just a side note and for fun - I've always wanted to grow an outside cactus garden. I've had a few for as long as I can remember and one of the last grew up to be a foot tall and about three to four inches in width.
 
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Just a side note and for fun - I've always wanted to grow an outside cactus garden. I've had a few for as long as I can remember and one of the last grew up to be a foot tall and about three to four inches in width.
You must live in a warm climate