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    FYI avoiding Monsanto plants..

    Iron Bloomers
    Wed Feb 29, 2012 10:08 am
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    here's a link to a thread in CC with information about choosing you plants this Spring.
    hth

    http://www.food.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=372187

    may the dirt warm early & your growing season be long & plentiful.
    KeyWee
    Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:17 am
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    Hey, chicklet!!

    Wow ~ that is scary (and greedy). Can't see how we can stop a monster like this but we can do our own little part to protect our gardens, and ourselves. I buy heirlooms from a local family-owned garden center and have been saving seeds for years. I don't even buy perennials from big-box growers anymore (get most of them free from other gardeners who have had theirs for years ~ HOPE they are ok).
    I.B. ~ I am still growing castor beans that are descendants of the bag of seeds you sent me all those years ago (it WAS you, wasn't it ~ if memory isn't failing me?) icon_biggrin.gif
    Iron Bloomers
    Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:34 am
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    KeyWee wrote:
    Hey, chicklet!!

    Wow ~ that is scary (and greedy). Can't see how we can stop a monster like this but we can do our own little part to protect our gardens, and ourselves. I buy heirlooms from a local family-owned garden center and have been saving seeds for years. I don't even buy perennials from big-box growers anymore (get most of them free from other gardeners who have had theirs for years ~ HOPE they are ok).
    I.B. ~ I am still growing castor beans that are descendants of the bag of seeds you sent me all those years ago (it WAS you, wasn't it ~ if memory isn't failing me?) icon_biggrin.gif


    wave.gif Mornin' Sugar. Hmmmmm, it was either me or JimB responsible for them silly castor beans....I got mine from him. Who knows it was ages ago my how time flies. 10 yrs here on Zaar icon_redface.gif
    That link was an eye opener for me as without knowing I had purchased some of them over the years...no more! At least some of my favorites weren't on that list.

    Happy Gardening Girl.
    KeyWee
    Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:42 am
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    OMG ~ you are right!! I did pass my TEN year anniversary here back in January ~ wheeeee. Can you believe how it's all changed? And oh yeah ~ good ol' JimB, I miss him and hope he's ok.
    Thanks for posting the link ~ we all can use a good wake-up call now and then. Since I've gone back to work full time (again ~ gotta eat!) I have given some serious thought to my gardening practices and how to make them less labor-intensive. Mark has helped a lot by installing a drip system in the veggies and then we put down plastic and mulch. No watering and little weeding. He also put in a rain barrel ~ ain't he a peach?
    Now about those flower beds ~ I have lost count. Hopefully, the plants will be too big to allow for many weeds.
    How is your "new" spot coming along?
    Iron Bloomers
    Thu Mar 01, 2012 7:11 am
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    KeyWee wrote:
    OMG ~ you are right!! I did pass my TEN year anniversary here back in January ~ wheeeee. Can you believe how it's all changed? And oh yeah ~ good ol' JimB, I miss him and hope he's ok.
    Thanks for posting the link ~ we all can use a good wake-up call now and then. Since I've gone back to work full time (again ~ gotta eat!) I have given some serious thought to my gardening practices and how to make them less labor-intensive. Mark has helped a lot by installing a drip system in the veggies and then we put down plastic and mulch. No watering and little weeding. He also put in a rain barrel ~ ain't he a peach?
    Now about those flower beds ~ I have lost count. Hopefully, the plants will be too big to allow for many weeds.
    How is your "new" spot coming along?


    City living 'ain't' for this Girl much longer. Love The Hill & all the shops but long for dirt under my nails again. So looking for a place less congested with a 'small' & I mean 'small' yard to grow a few things in. Rain barrel sounds perfect & was on my mental list.
    Stay dirty my Friend icon_lol.gif

    Barb
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