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    What's new in your Garden?

    Dib's
    Tue Mar 05, 2002 9:06 am
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    This year I'm planning on adding Horseradish and Grape Tomatoes to my garden. Anything new for you? Di
    Iron Bloomers
    Tue Mar 05, 2002 11:28 am
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    This is not a new one for me but in checking my seeds for this year I realized I need spaghetti squash seed. Got to have it..Easy to grow & so good. I feel a trip to the store coming on.
    Dib's
    Sun Mar 10, 2002 12:54 pm
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    That's one I should try, we eat enough of it. How far does it run? Di
    Iron Bloomers
    Sun Mar 10, 2002 3:19 pm
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    Quote:

    That's one I should try, we eat enough of it. How far does it run? Di

    Does the word "forever" bring any pictures to mind? LOL.
    A healthy crop can demand as much space as several watermelon plants.But we realy like it so it's no big sacrafice. Ever tried it with gr. beef or sausage & pasta sauce?
    Bergy
    Sun Mar 10, 2002 8:10 pm
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    What's new in my garden - SNOW- Oh well with this bit we'll be shovelling into Spring . One thing I tried last year and will plant again this year are Lemon cucumbers (sometimes called Apple cucumbers) They are round yell cukes next to no seeds and virtually burpless. They grow really well in this area and you can train them on a trellsi
    Dib's
    Sun Mar 10, 2002 11:31 pm
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    Hey there Barb and Bergy, I stuff mine with just about everything, even loose crab cakes. I don't mind the running, I will just "mark" my yard with them. Bergy, I've see those lemon ones. Hows the taste and what's the germination period? Di
    madaline austin
    Mon Mar 11, 2002 10:28 am
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    I'm adding horseradish to my herb bed this year too! I tried in the past, but our dogs kept digging it up:-( Fortunatley for the more pungent plants in our gardens (and the meter man), the dogs now have a nice new fence to ramble around it. The horseradish I am using is a transpant from a 40 year old bed that my grandmother started.
    Bergy
    Mon Mar 11, 2002 10:48 am
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    Di the taste is great, they are crisp, sweet & mild. One name they go by is "Crystal Apple". The color when mature is light green, mostly yellow. You have to peel them as they are a bit prickly on the skin. Germination time 7-14 days to sprout. Recommended to start indoors 4-6 weeks before planting. Days to maturity 65-75 days
    Di when you said you stuff them I thought you meant these cukes not the squash and I decided that you had flipped it!! Never mind I finally figured it out
    Iron Bloomers
    Mon Mar 11, 2002 11:43 am
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    You weren't alone Bergy--me too. Figured different strokes for different folks. Let's hope she was referring to the squash. Gonna have to look for those cukes. DH Won't eat a cuke but I can make a meal on them.
    Thanks for the info.
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    s'kat
    Tue Mar 19, 2002 8:25 am
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    It's all new... this is my first garden!

    I only have some carrots and tomatoes for the moment, but would like to add some more. My fiancee says to wait until more plants come into the local greenhouses... is there a problem starting from seed? Any suggestions on 'easy to grow' veggies for beginners? Woo-hoo!
    Dib's
    Tue Mar 19, 2002 9:23 am
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    ROFLOL-yes the squash!!! The cukes go in vinegar with onions and pepper.
    As for easy, plant zucchini and/or yellow squash. Cukes are fast, cherry tomatoes, radishes...really just about anything, IF you know your zone.
    I live in Calgary, and in a "pocket 3" zone. For lettuce, spinach, chard, and radishes I start from seed, in the garden.
    I also live in a TINY 4plex so I really dont have the room to start plants from seed, so I buy Starter plants. Ask away, I'd be glad to help. Di
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