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This is what I have planned for this year’s flower beds and hanging planter Bags
around the yard, last year I spend about 175.00 on plants for the yard-
this year about $100 for all these seeds-

aside from the garden and the normal tomatoes peppers eggplant beans cucks and herbs


PETUNIA, ULTRA VEIN MIX - 50 SEEDS
PETUNIA, ULTRA BLUE STAR - 50 SEEDS
PETUNIA, HEAT ELITE MAMBO MIX - 50 PELLETED SEEDS
PETUNIA, DREAMS PATRIOT MIX - 50 PELLETED SEEDS
PETUNIA, ALADDIN WHITE - 50 SEEDS
BLACK-EYED SUSAN, SPANISH EYES - 10 SEEDS
BLACK-EYED SUSAN, SUSIE MIX - 25 SEEDS
MORNING GLORY, CANDYSTRIPE PURPLE - 25 SEEDS
MORNING GLORY, MIX - 50 SEEDS
MORNING GLORY, CRIMSON RAMBLER - 50 SEEDS
FIRECRACKER VINE, JUNGLE QUEEN - 50 SEEDS
PURPLE BELL VINE, RHODOS - 15 SEEDS
SWEET PEA, OLD SPICE - 50 SEEDS
SWEET PEA, MRS. COLLIER - 20 SEEDS
SWEET PEA, HENRY ECKFORD - 20 SEEDS
SWEET PEA, ZORIJA ROSE - 30 SEEDS
COLUMBINE, BLUE STAR - 30 SEEDS
COLUMBINE, DRAGONFLY HYBRIDS DWARF - 100 SEEDS
HIBISCUS, LUNA RED - 10 SEEDS
HIBISCUS, LUNA WHITE - 10 SEEDS
HOSTA, NEW HYBRIDS - 25 SEEDS
SEA HOLLY, BLUE HOBBIT - 20 SEEDS
PENSTEMON, TUBULAR BELLS ROSE - 50 SEEDS
DICHONDRA, SILVER FALLS - 10 SEEDS
IMPATIENS, XTREME MIX - 30 SEEDS
IMPATIENS, XTREME PINK - 30 SEEDS
IMPATIENS, ACCENT STAR MIX - 30 SEEDS
IMPATIENS, TEMPO CRIMSON - 30 SEEDS
IMPATIENS, TEMPO WHITE - 30 SEEDS
PETUNIA, OPERA SUPREME RASPBERRY ICE - 10 PELLETED SEEDS
PETUNIA, RAMBLIN NU BLUE - 10 PELLETED SEEDS
PETUNIA, RAMBLIN RED - 10 PELLETED SEEDS
LIVINGSTONE DAISY, HARLEQUIN MIX - 2,500 SEEDS
COLEUS, FAIRWAY MIX - 50 SEEDS
COLEUS, WIZARD MIX - 50 SEEDS
WISHBONE FLOWER, KAUAI MIX - 30 PELLETED SEEDS
LOBELIA, RIVIERA MIX - 10,000 SEEDS
PUMPKIN, WINDSOR HYBRID PATIO - 10 SEEDS
PEAS, SUGAR SPRINT SNAP PEA - 1 OUNCE
PEAS, OREGON GIANT SNOW PEA - 1 OUNCE
CILANTRO, CALYPSO - 2 GRAMS
TITHONIA, FIESTA DEL SOL - 35 SEEDS



What are you planning on planting-
It’s almost here ! if your gonna start your seeds indoors

garden
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No Input here?
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Sounds heavy on flowers and light on the eats.

I'm planning corn, potatoes, melons, cukes, peas and beans
You only hear about SpecOps when they go wrong.
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wauw :[
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OP, you must have lots of water for all those plants. When is your area frost-free to set the plants out?
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Good thing your not planting a lot of food OP... Otherwise the government would be all up in that ass of yours lol
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Good thing your not planting a lot of food OP... Otherwise the government would be all up in that ass of yours lol
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I am planting food silly lots of it these are just my flowers, I have 2 8x8 raised garden beds in my back yard and the flowers are for the baskets on my fence and planting around the yard.

I plan on doing companion gardining this year last year I did some but learned a bunch...

but hey thanks for lookin out smiles
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OP, you must have lots of water for all those plants. When is your area frost-free to set the plants out?
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I will start them in the garden with a cold frame around them- where the garden is it gets the first sun from about 9am to about 11 then from 2to 3 ish but more as the sun moves north again,
but the last frost is hit or miss where I am - zone 7a
Baltimore area

as for the water, where one of them is I dont have to water it every day or even every other day, its close to a drain run off and that part of the yard is wet all the time even in high summer so there is really only one I have to keep and eye on. I really do like the set up- I didnt plan it that way it just worked out.
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Sounds heavy on flowers and light on the eats.

I'm planning corn, potatoes, melons, cukes, peas and beans
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I did corn one year- not enough space for it,

Potatoes= can you companion them ?

dont you plant tomatoes?
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How very beautiful. You must be very proud. If you're not, you should be. Thank you for sharing!
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Plant a little love and kindness and you will grow hope.
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I have a huge list of flower seeds too but this year I am concentrating more on food seeds mainly due to the increasing cost of food.

2 years ago Hubby gave me a 20x10ft greenhouse for my birthday that I can start seeds and grow food in and it has solar fans and heat 4 sensing auto-pop up roof vents if it gets too hot in summer. If we get something bad in the air I could adapt an sir filtration system to it also to grow survivalists foods.

We also have 10 laying hens and 2 roosters to take care of the protein needs.

We had great success with Tomatoes, eggplant, okra, corn, turnips, kale, spinach, romain, broccoli and potatoes last year.

We also have apple, orange, meyers lemon, grapefruit, blueberry and grapes growing.

I want to plant a pecan tree for more protein but hubby is fighting me on that because of those web worms they often get.
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Sounds awesome!

I'm doing a herbal flower garden this year.
I've also got some seeds growing in a little hot house of lettuces and herbs and peppers.

Can you explain more of your companion planting?
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meant herbal medicinal flowers!
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Sounds awesome!

I'm doing a herbal flower garden this year.
I've also got some seeds growing in a little hot house of lettuces and herbs and peppers.

Can you explain more of your companion planting?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8457939


Thers all kinds of info on line but basically you plant one type of plant that plays well with the other like tomatoes n basil. I did it this year with great sucess. And I had very little horn worms as well not sure if its connected.
Thereafter lots of things you can combine to use up all your space (less weeding) for one thing. Radish and zucchini did well also
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Way too early to plant things, but I'm mooning over garden catalogs.

Will get some lacinato kale into production in an indoor pot soon and under the gro-lamp. The stuff we tried in the greenhouse got insect eaten (what we don't know).

Will also start the tomatoes and the herbs. We planted deck boxes last season on the upper deck and covered the tops with chicken wire to keep out the tiny squirrels we get here (Western WA). But they just used the wire to sit on while they stashed their grub in the boxes.

We're just getting into gardening, and make our share of mistakes and nature sometimes doesn't cooperate, but we keep working at it. We also have sprouting capabilities for eating purposes if need be.

We have four chickens (started with eight, then went down to one) and three just came into laying. We let them free-range and it took time to figure out where they were depositing the eggs, since it wasn't in the nesting boxes in their coop. They were pretty good and were getting into the chicken tractor and using those nesting boxes! Love our chickies!
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Mushroom's.
Shiitake and Pearl Oyster.

Also gonna try white button and
garden giant this year too.
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Question: A neighbor just gave me seeds that are from 2007 (in packets) for a few types of veggies.

Do you think they will germinate? My feeling is that only some of them will, and they may not be too vital.

Funny thing is, the most vital plants I ever grew were when I put a carrot top in water, and when I have a spare bean lying around and I just stick it in the dirt. Funny how that works out.

The most stubborn thing I ever planted was last spring's currant tomatoes. I think they were under 2" high for months, and now they are finally like 4' high, but they got a bad case of white fly and began to get yellow, then brown, which was so disappointing. I tried the store bought spray, didn't work, and made my own, worked, but for a short time, and I cannot be spraying every day. Then I read that there is yellow, sticky paper that they can be caught on, but they didn't have any of that at the local place, so I bought fly strips instead. Then I went to the local copy/print shop, got some really bright, yellow paper, put it into a sheet protector to protect from the elements (it does fade, tho, after a while outside). Then I pulled out the fly strip from the little cannister and laid it across the sheet protector/paper, secured in a V shape with masking tape, and hung it at the top of the stake that the tomatoes are on. It worked great, no more flies.

My inner McGuyver always comes through!
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Sounds awesome!

I'm doing a herbal flower garden this year.
I've also got some seeds growing in a little hot house of lettuces and herbs and peppers.

Can you explain more of your companion planting?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8457939


Thers all kinds of info on line but basically you plant one type of plant that plays well with the other like tomatoes n basil. I did it this year with great sucess. And I had very little horn worms as well not sure if its connected.
Thereafter lots of things you can combine to use up all your space (less weeding) for one thing. Radish and zucchini did well also
 Quoting: Jack73


cool! I know that cat nip planted under an apple tree will keep anphids (phonics spelling lol) away.

Any more off the top of your head for companions?

Didn't know that about radish and zucch
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Question: A neighbor just gave me seeds that are from 2007 (in packets) for a few types of veggies.

Do you think they will germinate? My feeling is that only some of them will, and they may not be too vital.

Funny thing is, the most vital plants I ever grew were when I put a carrot top in water, and when I have a spare bean lying around and I just stick it in the dirt. Funny how that works out.

The most stubborn thing I ever planted was last spring's currant tomatoes. I think they were under 2" high for months, and now they are finally like 4' high, but they got a bad case of white fly and began to get yellow, then brown, which was so disappointing. I tried the store bought spray, didn't work, and made my own, worked, but for a short time, and I cannot be spraying every day. Then I read that there is yellow, sticky paper that they can be caught on, but they didn't have any of that at the local place, so I bought fly strips instead. Then I went to the local copy/print shop, got some really bright, yellow paper, put it into a sheet protector to protect from the elements (it does fade, tho, after a while outside). Then I pulled out the fly strip from the little cannister and laid it across the sheet protector/paper, secured in a V shape with masking tape, and hung it at the top of the stake that the tomatoes are on. It worked great, no more flies.

My inner McGuyver always comes through!
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wouldn't hurt to try! If they are gmo, then prob not. If in good storage, they can last years and years...but yeah every year they loose vitality. But then they said that they grew corn from the mayans old stock pile.
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This is what I have planned for this year’s flower beds and hanging planter Bags
around the yard, last year I spend about 175.00 on plants for the yard-
this year about $100 for all these seeds-

aside from the garden and the normal tomatoes peppers eggplant beans cucks and herbs


PETUNIA, ULTRA VEIN MIX - 50 SEEDS
PETUNIA, ULTRA BLUE STAR - 50 SEEDS
PETUNIA, HEAT ELITE MAMBO MIX - 50 PELLETED SEEDS
PETUNIA, DREAMS PATRIOT MIX - 50 PELLETED SEEDS
PETUNIA, ALADDIN WHITE - 50 SEEDS
BLACK-EYED SUSAN, SPANISH EYES - 10 SEEDS
BLACK-EYED SUSAN, SUSIE MIX - 25 SEEDS
MORNING GLORY, CANDYSTRIPE PURPLE - 25 SEEDS
MORNING GLORY, MIX - 50 SEEDS
MORNING GLORY, CRIMSON RAMBLER - 50 SEEDS
FIRECRACKER VINE, JUNGLE QUEEN - 50 SEEDS
PURPLE BELL VINE, RHODOS - 15 SEEDS
SWEET PEA, OLD SPICE - 50 SEEDS
SWEET PEA, MRS. COLLIER - 20 SEEDS
SWEET PEA, HENRY ECKFORD - 20 SEEDS
SWEET PEA, ZORIJA ROSE - 30 SEEDS
COLUMBINE, BLUE STAR - 30 SEEDS
COLUMBINE, DRAGONFLY HYBRIDS DWARF - 100 SEEDS
HIBISCUS, LUNA RED - 10 SEEDS
HIBISCUS, LUNA WHITE - 10 SEEDS
HOSTA, NEW HYBRIDS - 25 SEEDS
SEA HOLLY, BLUE HOBBIT - 20 SEEDS
PENSTEMON, TUBULAR BELLS ROSE - 50 SEEDS
DICHONDRA, SILVER FALLS - 10 SEEDS
IMPATIENS, XTREME MIX - 30 SEEDS
IMPATIENS, XTREME PINK - 30 SEEDS
IMPATIENS, ACCENT STAR MIX - 30 SEEDS
IMPATIENS, TEMPO CRIMSON - 30 SEEDS
IMPATIENS, TEMPO WHITE - 30 SEEDS
PETUNIA, OPERA SUPREME RASPBERRY ICE - 10 PELLETED SEEDS
PETUNIA, RAMBLIN NU BLUE - 10 PELLETED SEEDS
PETUNIA, RAMBLIN RED - 10 PELLETED SEEDS
LIVINGSTONE DAISY, HARLEQUIN MIX - 2,500 SEEDS
COLEUS, FAIRWAY MIX - 50 SEEDS
COLEUS, WIZARD MIX - 50 SEEDS
WISHBONE FLOWER, KAUAI MIX - 30 PELLETED SEEDS
LOBELIA, RIVIERA MIX - 10,000 SEEDS
PUMPKIN, WINDSOR HYBRID PATIO - 10 SEEDS
PEAS, SUGAR SPRINT SNAP PEA - 1 OUNCE
PEAS, OREGON GIANT SNOW PEA - 1 OUNCE
CILANTRO, CALYPSO - 2 GRAMS
TITHONIA, FIESTA DEL SOL - 35 SEEDS



What are you planning on planting-
It’s almost here ! if your gonna start your seeds indoors

:garden:
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I wish someone would teach me to garden. I would love to do it.
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Question: A neighbor just gave me seeds that are from 2007 (in packets) for a few types of veggies.

Do you think they will germinate? My feeling is that only some of them will, and they may not be too vital.

Funny thing is, the most vital plants I ever grew were when I put a carrot top in water, and when I have a spare bean lying around and I just stick it in the dirt. Funny how that works out.

The most stubborn thing I ever planted was last spring's currant tomatoes. I think they were under 2" high for months, and now they are finally like 4' high, but they got a bad case of white fly and began to get yellow, then brown, which was so disappointing. I tried the store bought spray, didn't work, and made my own, worked, but for a short time, and I cannot be spraying every day. Then I read that there is yellow, sticky paper that they can be caught on, but they didn't have any of that at the local place, so I bought fly strips instead. Then I went to the local copy/print shop, got some really bright, yellow paper, put it into a sheet protector to protect from the elements (it does fade, tho, after a while outside). Then I pulled out the fly strip from the little cannister and laid it across the sheet protector/paper, secured in a V shape with masking tape, and hung it at the top of the stake that the tomatoes are on. It worked great, no more flies.

My inner McGuyver always comes through!
 Quoting: SaintIn


old seeds will vary in germination depending on species as well as how they were stored. tomatos will remain viable for quite a while whereas peppers are not much good after 3-4 years cabbage about the same. you can increase your success by providing bottom heat {place seed flats on the top of your refrigerator until seedlings are just breaking the surface then move to a better lighted area}

hope this helps
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I recommend Ruth Stout's No Work Garden. Anyone who wants to garden or does garden I guarantee will love it. Informative, and a great read. I have bumper crops and I don't till or water my garden, just mulch, mulch, mulch!

I started mushrooms last spring too. I don't know if the plugs took but I am begging the Morrells to make but they all take a few years to materialize so will see. I really want to expand my asparagus this year with white and purple varieties. I couldn't begin to list all that I grow...I guess the newest additions have been nut trees and mushrooms.
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Question: A neighbor just gave me seeds that are from 2007 (in packets) for a few types of veggies.

Do you think they will germinate? My feeling is that only some of them will, and they may not be too vital.

Funny thing is, the most vital plants I ever grew were when I put a carrot top in water, and when I have a spare bean lying around and I just stick it in the dirt. Funny how that works out.

The most stubborn thing I ever planted was last spring's currant tomatoes. I think they were under 2" high for months, and now they are finally like 4' high, but they got a bad case of white fly and began to get yellow, then brown, which was so disappointing. I tried the store bought spray, didn't work, and made my own, worked, but for a short time, and I cannot be spraying every day. Then I read that there is yellow, sticky paper that they can be caught on, but they didn't have any of that at the local place, so I bought fly strips instead. Then I went to the local copy/print shop, got some really bright, yellow paper, put it into a sheet protector to protect from the elements (it does fade, tho, after a while outside). Then I pulled out the fly strip from the little cannister and laid it across the sheet protector/paper, secured in a V shape with masking tape, and hung it at the top of the stake that the tomatoes are on. It worked great, no more flies.

My inner McGuyver always comes through!
 Quoting: SaintIn


Love it- well I guess some water and dirt and youll find out-
I have been using seeds for about 3 years out of the same "batch"- the only thing that has had an issue is the Beans- everything else normal- I do know that all of my veggie seeds are NONgmo organic Heirloom-
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I recommend Ruth Stout's No Work Garden. Anyone who wants to garden or does garden I guarantee will love it. Informative, and a great read. I have bumper crops and I don't till or water my garden, just mulch, mulch, mulch!

I started mushrooms last spring too. I don't know if the plugs took but I am begging the Morrells to make but they all take a few years to materialize so will see. I really want to expand my asparagus this year with white and purple varieties. I couldn't begin to list all that I grow...I guess the newest additions have been nut trees and mushrooms.
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Thanks I'll have to look into this- I love reading about the dirt...
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Good thing your not planting a lot of food OP... Otherwise the government would be all up in that ass of yours lol
 Quoting: Marax


I am planting food silly lots of it these are just my flowers, I have 2 8x8 raised garden beds in my back yard and the flowers are for the baskets on my fence and planting around the yard.

I plan on doing companion gardining this year last year I did some but learned a bunch...

but hey thanks for lookin out :smiles:
 Quoting: Jack73


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This is what I have planned for this year’s flower beds and hanging planter Bags
around the yard, last year I spend about 175.00 on plants for the yard-
this year about $100 for all these seeds-

aside from the garden and the normal tomatoes peppers eggplant beans cucks and herbs


What are you planning on planting-
It’s almost here ! if your gonna start your seeds indoors

garden
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I wish someone would teach me to garden. I would love to do it.
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No one showed me anything-
it is a learning process-
I’ve found the best ingredient is love
if you have that everything will work out.
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One straw revolution is an awesome book as well!

I got some clover to plant for the soil because of this book!

[link to www.amazon.com]

read comments about it if ya want^^
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Good thread! I am new to gardening, and love to hear what others are doing!
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One straw revolution is an awesome book as well!

I got some clover to plant for the soil because of this book!

[link to www.amazon.com]

read comments about it if ya want^^
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You got me at Deluded or nostalgic dreamer!
HA HA
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Good thread! I am new to gardening, and love to hear what others are doing!
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