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#367680 Apr 7th, 2013 at 10:07 AM
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Been waiting for it to get dry enough to get into the big garden to plant the potato's. Planted the cabbage and onions over a month ago. Sweet Peas last weekend. We are holding our breath on the sweet peas. Hopefully they'll do well. We've never planted them before.
Next weekend; Tomato's.
Anyone else getting any planting done?

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you are fortunate---for the most part I will have to wait until the first weekend in may to plant much of anything

we;ll except for a few planters I may put some spinach in


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Janet, I'll bet your peas will do wonderfully unless it gets too hot too fast. They like it a little chilly.




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Still got snow? See that's why I moved South...plus it's cheaper to live here. lol
It's all a manure shoot tho, the weather is unpredictable all over. We'll plant tomato's in a few days.

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I'm keeping my fingers crossed that the peas will do well. Your weather is usually similar to ours, unless your in the mountains, or by the ocean? This is the first year we've planted sweet peas.


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