Let the Gardening Begin 2011

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    Nice - can't wait 'til we have the greenhouses up and be this far along so early in the season.  Gorgeous plants, icer!
     
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    potatoes and spinach

    radish and peppers

    tomatoes
     
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    We really do get a lot out of a little space...It is only 24 ft long and 5 ft wide
     
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    Icer,
    I am envous of your garden too - Pingo
     
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    [QUOTE]We really do get a lot out of a little space...It is only 24 ft long and 5 ft wide
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    That's amazing that you are able to plant and grow so much in that size area.  Makes me want to dig up a plot in my yard, but those days are over.  I'll live vicariously through your pictures as your veggies come along!

     
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    Icer,

    Did you ever find out what those plants on the first page were called?  My husband brought some home today.  The lady that gave them to him did him their name, but the only thing he remembers was to plant them in the shade.  I tried to look them up in one of our gardening books, but can't find them.  Just curious......(btw, nice garden! I love violets too.) 
     
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    Hi Chazz..As a matter of fact, I saw them at our local garden club's plan sale yesterday..Soloman's Seal is what they called them
     
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    Cool.  Thank you!
     
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    Awesome!  We went to Mass Horticultural Society and bought 12 tomato plants this wknd.  We also bought some herbs.  We dropped $100 in 30 minutes.  I hope the benefit is worth the cost!

    Good job!!!  :)
     
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    Well I tried the link recipe foir Radish green...I found it a bit cumbersome..I didn't like it..but I did start putting the greens in my salad..They are surprisingly tasty..so that the way I will serve them

    On another note...I just noticed our kohl rabi is broccoli
     
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    Understandable case of mistaken identity!
     
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    mint

    tomatoe

    peppers

    broccoli

    carrots
     
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    beets

    sugar snap peas

    spinach

    potatoes...o.k one of my neighbors claim to have a way to make vodka from these leaves..I will keep you posted

    cukes
     
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    Summer squash or zucchini

    My new herb garden

    morning glories

    cauliflower..we ate this one

    moonflower
     
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    Is everyone getting Icer's pictures in a sort of purply non color?  The size of your plants is spectacular, Icer, just don't understand the color.  I scrolled back to your previous ones and they are in living color.  Would love pic from afar that includes your entire plot where you've managed to create space for all these wonderful plants.
     
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    Yes, tt - they come out purple to me too.
    What a wonderful garden you have, Icer. Would love to see it in person. Lot of hard work, I bet. Is Honey retired, so he has time to tend to all this? Hope I am not being too personal. - Pingo
     
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    [QUOTE]Yes, tt - they come out purple to me too. What a wonderful garden you have, Icer. Would love to see it in person. Lot of hard work, I bet. Is Honey retired, so he has time to tend to all this? Hope I am not being too personal. - Pingo
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    We just got a good chuckle....Nope..He is not retired...maybe the battery is low on my camera...I'll try to get a picture of the whole garden..It really is not that big
     
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    Hmmm still has that purple hue
     
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    Could it be the ink cartridge on your printer?  That's the way mine looks when it's starting to run out.
     
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    Icer, you know - they now have purple cauliflower available in the stores. Never tried it - looks poisonous to me. Is that what you are growing? LOL - Pingo

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    Beautiful large head of cauliflower, regardless of what color it prints out as!  Where's that pic of the entire garden plot?  I'm anxious to see how you manage so many healthy thriving plants in such a small plot.  Must have a great plan, utilizing each space just so.

     
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    Gardening of a different sort - part of G.T.'s garden this week-end:
     
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    We are envious of your greenhouse, icer!  Lovely cauliflower.  We're still buying veggies for all the cold and rain, but salad stuff will be harvestable this week.  We are far from having broccoli and cauliflower.  Next year, we'll have the greenhouses, too.  Can't wait to have lovely veggies in June.

    Gorgeous flowers, tt!  Our astilbe and daisies are up, and the day lilies are just starting to bloom.  The yellow ones are always first.  I picked the first echinacea yesterday for our company's bouquet for the table.
     
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    trying a different camera
     

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