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going in the ground this weekend i think. Not tomatoes yet and still need to start the rest of the crop this week.

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Title says it all, covid has allowed many including myself and others on the forum to dive into gardening. Last year was my first growing from seed I believe I had 80 plants plus watermelon, corn, zuc

Should this go under the 2021 thread or back under the 2020 thread? Due to the mild fall, I was still picking kale and brussel sprouts into December (I think). Then just never got around to pulling th

Grampy, you can make a nice garden in containers on the patio and get pretty decent yields from a 16" pot.   a lot less weeding, and bit more watering, but they can look nice too.  I mix my herbs a nd

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Picked up my plants yesterday ... alot of people  buying plants . 6 celebrities  18 san marzanos  12 lady bells  12 jets . 12 bruslesprouts.  4 zukes 4 summers 4 market more cukes 4 pickling cukes . Garlic ,beets, spinach  are up . 

For the guys in the southern tier I never put in plants until first weekend in June.  We have had frost 2 days in a row and the bird bath had ice this morning .... 

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Nytacker, the Lady Bells are a great eating pepper for kabobs and even salads. They are actually pretty sweet for a bell pepper. I usually grow a mix of these and California Wonders. The California Wonders are perfect for stuffed peppers and chopping up for chili and tomato sauces.

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