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I have started a couple tomato plants, cucumber and brussel sprouts

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have some Asparagus  and peppers in the window sill 

Just started some onions, carrots,lettuce ans strawberries

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Posted : March 30, 2020 3:36 pm
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Haven't started anything yet, got some volunteer peas growing in one of our raised beds and our garlic was planted in the fall of course. Just ordered seeds on the weekend, will be growing several tomato varieties, radishes, carrots, kale, more peas, beans, basil, peppers hot and cold, cannabis, marigolds, petunias... for now ... have to check the honey-do-list 🤓 

We just smiled n waved sittn there on that sack o seeds

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Posted : March 30, 2020 5:26 pm
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Potato’s, mini Mellon’s, small tomatoes.waiting on fabric pots to do more veg.Also four canna plants.

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Posted : March 31, 2020 8:13 pm
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@lovetoflyfish Fish waste in the garden is loved by all plants, we stopped doing it after getting fish bones stuck in our fingers the next year dign in the dirt. Same goes in the compost so Dad got the bright idea to set up a garburator over a bucket. Well I never saw something so funny in my life, Dad and my son came out of the shed covered with fish guts and it took years for the fish smell to dissipate from the wood shed. Dad sprayed it all down on the inside with some kind of odor eliminator, smelled like a cross between rotten fish and pine trees for years. I think the odor eliminator sealed the fish oils into the wood, it was nasty and I held my breath if I had to go in there for anything. Just another fish story. 🤣  

We just smiled n waved sittn there on that sack o seeds

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Posted : March 31, 2020 8:55 pm
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My daughter and I did this up one day. Smile

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Posted : March 31, 2020 10:46 pm
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so who organized tray one and who organized tray two? lol

 

that sou nds like its going to be quite a harvest

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Posted : March 31, 2020 10:58 pm
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@dok-gonzo tray one must be the daughter with all that lavender lol 

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Posted : March 31, 2020 11:02 pm
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@macky She found out they were a mosquito deterrent lol

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Posted : March 31, 2020 11:42 pm
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Posted by: @hart

@lovetoflyfish Fish waste in the garden is loved by all plants, we stopped doing it after getting fish bones stuck in our fingers the next year dign in the dirt. Same goes in the compost so Dad got the bright idea to set up a garburator over a bucket. Well I never saw something so funny in my life, Dad and my son came out of the shed covered with fish guts and it took years for the fish smell to dissipate from the wood shed. Dad sprayed it all down on the inside with some kind of odor eliminator, smelled like a cross between rotten fish and pine trees for years. I think the odor eliminator sealed the fish oils into the wood, it was nasty and I held my breath if I had to go in there for anything. Just another fish story. 🤣  

😂😂sorry for laughing 😂 Sounds a bit fishy to me brother. I am going down the easy way of growing in pots mate👍

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Posted : April 1, 2020 10:15 am
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I have some San Marzano Roma and Cherry tomatoes started and will be starting some Romaine lettuce, sunflowers, some Pak Choi, and an eggplant or two in the next few weeks.

San Marzano Romas
Sweet cherry tomatoes

I also have some basil I like to keep on hand, as well as a Philippine Bird's Eye pepper (Siling Labuyo) that I have leftover from last summer. It went back to vegging over the winter, but now that spring is here, it seems to be sprouting some more flowers!!! AWESOME.

Basil
Siling Labuyo (Philippine Bird's Eye pepper)
Pepper flower buds

There is also a 3 year old Aloe plant I bought when it was only a wee lad, maybe 10cm tall. Now her leaves are almost 10cm wide, lol. There is another smaller (but still very thick) succulent, as well as a huge Dwarf Umbrella Tree that I am now reading is commonly used as a bonsai. Makes sense. As you can see, I did not bonsai mine. Lmao. They do love that supersoil though.

Aloe Plant
Giant Aloe plant
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Dwarf Umbrella Tree (Schefflera arbicola)
Dwarf Umbrella Tree (Schefflera arbicola) new growth
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Posted : April 1, 2020 4:56 pm
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@templegrower u are something Else at growing man. skills 👏👏It’s all right growing a plant for 12weeks then harvest, even I can do that 🤔sometimes,but keeping them alive for years takes green fingers all right.

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Posted : April 3, 2020 8:51 am
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It has begun 

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We just smiled n waved sittn there on that sack o seeds

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Posted : April 29, 2020 7:49 pm
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Damn Hart, you aint messing around! What you got in there?

"True guidance is like a torch in the forest, it doesn't show everything, but gives enough light for the next steps to be safe" -Swami Vivekananda

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Posted : April 29, 2020 7:53 pm
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4 tomato varieties, hot peppers, regular peppers, squash, marigolds, petunias, portulaca, cannabis, basil, oregano, thyme. I think that's it? 🍓 🍒 🌼 🌻 🌺

We just smiled n waved sittn there on that sack o seeds

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Posted : April 29, 2020 8:39 pm
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The perennials are popping up now! I had planted some onions seed a friend gave me last spring.. they grew nicely last year but I wasn't sure if they would come back this year. They did!! This means I now have perpetual green onions to pick all summer long, and every year now! Stoked that they survived!

We also have the rhubarb popping up (ofc) - this shit is hardy AF. I'm not sure how old this particular plant is but I would be at least 30 years. And the chives! Never fails.. some in the garden, and some growing all around out shed back near the compost area. Can't wait to get the rest of the veg in now!

And of course, the stinging nettles (Urtica dioica) have sprouted as well. I don't mind them though - they make unreal compost tea and are pretty easy to find, at least around here. You can eat them as well, as long as you neutralize the nasty biochemical weapons contained in their trichomes (YES, OTHER PLANTS HAVE TRICHOMES TOO!). Probably a good deterrent too if you can grow enough of em - they are really unpleasant to be stung by. They look a lot like cannabis as well so, for anyone needing some cover crops for a stealth grow, these would work excellent.

Green Onions
Chives in the front
Chives in the back
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Posted : May 6, 2020 5:32 pm
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