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Re: Coffee House 2604 Tina 4 hours ago
How long into winter will those potatoes last, Sunny?
My groceries did not come today. It was put off until tonight or tomorrow.
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Re: Coffee House 2603 Tina Yesterday at 01:00 PM
Ok, Ok. I'm it. See you in 2604.
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Re: Propagating Shasta Daisies (?) Sunflowers Yesterday at 11:35 AM
If it has buds then it is can plant it in the ground.
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Re: What did you do in the garden today? 2020 Sunflowers Yesterday at 12:49 AM
Sheri, here carrots and potatoes are the first seed to go in the ground....they seem to like the cold start. We have had very heavy frosts, every flower and garden plant is dead but the carrot tops look as healthy as they did a month ago. why
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Re: What is wrong with my tomatoes? Sunflowers Sep 15th, 2020 at 04:35 PM
Your tomato looks like it has Bacterial spot. Sometimes the plants and even the seeds are already infected and spreads once it is in the garden, and it can be spread on your garden tools as well. Warm, humid weather spreads it quicker. The nutrient deficiency you mentioned can also stress the plant and make it more vulnerable to disease.

Do you plant many tomatoes? Are they planted in the same soil every year as well?
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Re: Coffee House 2602 JunieGirl Sep 5th, 2020 at 02:08 AM
Thanks for opening a new CH, Tina.

This one is closed. See you in 2603
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Re: Purple flower that does not attract bees Bestofour Sep 1st, 2020 at 03:28 PM
I have two hydrangeas. They are blue in the summer but turn a short of purple in the fall. I've never seen a bee on either of them. They are not in full though. Purple petunias can take a lot of sun, but not perennial, and I've never seen a lot of bees on them either. I know it only takes one bee though and I agree with Sunny about the attraction issue. Mums come in all sorts of colors and I haven't noticed bees on them either.
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Re: Novice at Canning needs help Sunflowers Aug 31st, 2020 at 10:58 AM
Are you then placing those filled bottles in a canner to process? You have to process tomatoes in a boiling water bath to preserve them to kill any spores.
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Re: Coffeehouse 2601... Tina Aug 24th, 2020 at 09:54 PM
I'm going to open 2602. See you there! This one is closed.
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