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    Hi All!

    While it's not quite time to be planting (at least not here in the Walla Walla Valley) I thought that I'd kick this years Garden Thread off with a picture of what I found in my little strawberry patch today.

    I swear they weren't there yesterday--and there's a few more than this---

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    Our house is as Neil left it- an Aladdin’s cave of 'stuff'.

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    Starting a few in the basement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    Starting a few in the basement.
    Those don't look like Pot Plants to me-----------

    What are they?
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    tobacco..............
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    Wow Roy!
    At least I wouldnt know what a pot plant looks like.

    And my yard is thinking green but it aint happenng yet.
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    It's just Sharpening, right?
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    No onions this year Roy, I got plenty of seed stock now, but not sure how much garden we’re doing this year.
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    Even better advise, " don't impede on a 850# Harley with me aboard, then I don't care what your driving, my 10 takes care of it"

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    Took a tour around the back yard just now. We had a super mild winter. The bees were all over some blooms on my lemon tree last weekend.
    Went and had a look....20-something little fellas that I can see. Hope they make it. They have been known to disappear. Can't believe birds would eat them.
    Oh well. Birds have built a nest in there. Looks like mockingbirds. No eggs yet?

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    We never brought any plants in over the winter except the plumeria. Popping-out so I will go out and get it out of the shed. Even the silly houseplant rubber tree.

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    Even a few annuals from last year are looking to survive.....

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    For the bad, this crap came along 3 or 4 years ago. Wants to take over. Pulled a bunch, but it is poison. Don't know how to deal with it?
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    Allergies are flaring...Trying to get yet another sinus infection....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrideshd View Post
    No onions this year Roy, I got plenty of seed stock now, but not sure how much garden we’re doing this year.
    You need something to fill those 1,000 tortillas with!
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrideshd View Post
    No onions this year Roy, I got plenty of seed stock now, but not sure how much garden we’re doing this year.
    Ok, I won't send you any onion sets. When you plant plant the seeds plant the seeds about an inch apart and then as they grow you can pull them and use them for green onions.

    You should end up having onions about 3-4"s apart to give them room to grow to full sized Gorilla Sweets.
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    A little early to start planting

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