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Spring has arrived in S. Tex.

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Joined: 2009-08-07

Hey friends - it has really been nice in S. Tex for the last three days.

I got all the garden tilled and made 96 rows 50' long. Boy am I going to have fun playing in all that dirt.

Planted 9 rows of potatoes, 3 rows of Beets, 3 rows of turnips, and 2 rows of carrots.

Will start planting above ground veggies next week. (Mar 15 - New Moon)

This is GREAT!!!!

Joined: 2009-08-07

enjoy your fun in the dirt I am looking to my turn in a month or so here in New York.

Joined: 2009-08-07
Pesk Southern sunshine!

Just the same it's beginning to feel like spring around here, so I don't feel as left out as I could! It won't be considered wise to plant a garden around here till Memorial Weekend,,,but what a patriotic time to plant a new source of life to commemorate our fallen heroes!

Joined: 2009-08-07
spring is peeking

around the corner. looked at the weather and we should hit 60 by next week. I do hope this is not a trick or tease. am getting excited as I notice more of my spring perenials peeking up out of the dirt. Will begin planting inside for the garden next week. then i too shall spend memorial weekend in the dirt of my garden...

Joined: 2009-08-07
Spring has arrived in S. Tex. - Update

Well I finished planting the last row yesterday - all 96 of them.

156 tomato plants
4 rows sweet corn
4 rows okra
9 rows new potatoes
4 types of green beens
5 types of squash

along with Mustard Greens, Swiss Chard, Turnips, Beets, Carrots, Cabbage, Califlower and several herbs.

Two of my Early Girl tomato plants have started to bloom already.

Wow!!! This is fun. :smile: Can hardly wait to start harvesting.

Joined: 2009-08-07
Now that's a garden!

Keep up the good work Bob!

So far all my garden amounts to is Potatoes put in on Good Friday (original plot), and today's removal of two wheelbarrows full of grass plants from the planed new plot,,,,which I still need to replant the second load back behind the house where seeding in has failed several times!

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