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Old 04-02-2010, 04:46 AM
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Otherwise known as a garden.

It's almost spring planting time here. I didn't plant any early spring veggies but I can't wait until I can poke tomatoes into a container (I'm experimenting with gallon size plastic bottles as a homemade version of Topsy Turvy [sup]TM[/sup]). This weekend I'm hoping to plant blackberries - I love blackberries!

So, what's up in your gardens?
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Old 04-02-2010, 07:33 AM
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I'd suggest planting your tomatoes in ground. Their roots go deep, they just don't do as well in containers.
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And basil beside the oven.
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" This weekend I'm hoping to plant blackberries - I love blackberries! "


PLANT BLACKBERRIES ??????

Wow...here in the Northwest they are frequent and unwanted weeds that must be attacked with goats and deadly chemicals
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Rosemary, Thyme, Dill, and Chiltepin , plus volunteer Serrano, Tabasco, and Cayenne peppers.
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I hope to get tomatoes going that'll really produce this year. Basil is a no brainer, but tomatoes.. I think the May June July weather, what we call "June Gloom" locally, keeps the soil temps a bit on the low side and the moisture of this foggy weather along the coast is perfect for mold.. I started a thread in the local section to see what others in my area have real sucess with.

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Old 04-02-2010, 07:13 PM
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I'd suggest planting your tomatoes in ground. Their roots go deep, they just don't do as well in containers.
No can do - tomatoes don't do so well when trounced by over-exuberant dogs, either.
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" This weekend I'm hoping to plant blackberries - I love blackberries! "


PLANT BLACKBERRIES ??????

Wow...here in the Northwest they are frequent and unwanted weeds that must be attacked with goats and deadly chemicals
We have kudzu - blackberries are considered a minor nuisance in comparison.

I'm perfectly willing to attack wild blackberries with a bucket!
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Otherwise known as a garden.

It's almost spring planting time here. I didn't plant any early spring veggies but I can't wait until I can poke tomatoes into a container (I'm experimenting with gallon size plastic bottles as a homemade version of Topsy Turvy [sup]TM[/sup]). This weekend I'm hoping to plant blackberries - I love blackberries!

So, what's up in your gardens?
How did the topsy turvy experiment turn out?

Ours made plants but no zucchini, and a few small tomatoes. Not doing that again...
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