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  1. #1
    Sheldon Guest

    Default Garden

    My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.
    Lets see if I can remember it all...
    Cukes, long green and kirbys
    Tomatoes, four kinds; beefsteak, roma, cherry, big boy
    Lettuce; about six kinds including orientals
    Cabbage; green, red, bok choy
    Peppers; 2X bell, jalapeno
    Eggplant, long Japanese style/ichiban
    Summer squash; zukes and yellow crook neck
    Winter squash; acorn and butternut
    Green beans
    Okra
    Sugar peas
    Snow peas
    Florence Fennel
    My blueberries are doing well
    I'm sure I forgot some.

    I've been busy mowing, of course.

    And I planted two Colorado spruce...
    http://i30.tinypic.com/118q59h.jpg

    Fat Albert:
    http://i30.tinypic.com/2eqcrqa.jpg

    Yes, there really is a "Fat Albert" Colorado spruce.
    http://www.iseli-nursery.com/photopa...sFatAlbert.htm

    I have quite a few special plants from Iseli.

    Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    know I have places.

    Sheldon Greenthumb


  2. #2
    kilikini Guest

    Default Re: Garden

    Sheldon wrote:
    > My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    > thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.
    > Lets see if I can remember it all...
    > Cukes, long green and kirbys
    > Tomatoes, four kinds; beefsteak, roma, cherry, big boy
    > Lettuce; about six kinds including orientals
    > Cabbage; green, red, bok choy
    > Peppers; 2X bell, jalapeno
    > Eggplant, long Japanese style/ichiban
    > Summer squash; zukes and yellow crook neck
    > Winter squash; acorn and butternut
    > Green beans
    > Okra
    > Sugar peas
    > Snow peas
    > Florence Fennel
    > My blueberries are doing well
    > I'm sure I forgot some.
    >
    > I've been busy mowing, of course.
    >
    > And I planted two Colorado spruce...
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/118q59h.jpg
    >
    > Fat Albert:
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/2eqcrqa.jpg
    >
    > Yes, there really is a "Fat Albert" Colorado spruce.
    > http://www.iseli-nursery.com/photopa...sFatAlbert.htm
    >
    > I have quite a few special plants from Iseli.
    >
    > Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    > pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    > know I have places.
    >
    > Sheldon Greenthumb


    I'm jealous of your garden and I'm jealous of your thunderstorms. We're in
    a severe drought here in Florida and our state is literally on fire.

    I'm glad that you're a-plantin' and watering for free! :~)

    kili




  3. #3
    kilikini Guest

    Default Re: Garden

    Sheldon wrote:
    > My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    > thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.
    > Lets see if I can remember it all...
    > Cukes, long green and kirbys
    > Tomatoes, four kinds; beefsteak, roma, cherry, big boy
    > Lettuce; about six kinds including orientals
    > Cabbage; green, red, bok choy
    > Peppers; 2X bell, jalapeno
    > Eggplant, long Japanese style/ichiban
    > Summer squash; zukes and yellow crook neck
    > Winter squash; acorn and butternut
    > Green beans
    > Okra
    > Sugar peas
    > Snow peas
    > Florence Fennel
    > My blueberries are doing well
    > I'm sure I forgot some.
    >
    > I've been busy mowing, of course.
    >
    > And I planted two Colorado spruce...
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/118q59h.jpg
    >
    > Fat Albert:
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/2eqcrqa.jpg
    >
    > Yes, there really is a "Fat Albert" Colorado spruce.
    > http://www.iseli-nursery.com/photopa...sFatAlbert.htm
    >
    > I have quite a few special plants from Iseli.
    >
    > Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    > pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    > know I have places.
    >
    > Sheldon Greenthumb


    I'm jealous of your garden and I'm jealous of your thunderstorms. We're in
    a severe drought here in Florida and our state is literally on fire.

    I'm glad that you're a-plantin' and watering for free! :~)

    kili




  4. #4
    aem Guest

    Default Re: Garden

    On May 30, 7:14*pm, Sheldon <PENMAR...@aol.com> wrote:
    > My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    > thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.


    In two to three months you can tell us what you're doing with all that
    harvest.

    > Lets see if I can remember it all...
    > Cukes, long green and kirbys


    Do you trellis cukes? When we let the vines sprawl on the ground the
    cukes come out curved, when we trellis them the cukes are straight.

    > Tomatoes, four kinds; beefsteak, roma, cherry, big boy


    All good, but you really oughta try some of the heirlooms,

    > Lettuce; about six kinds including orientals
    > Cabbage; green, red, bok choy
    > Peppers; 2X bell, jalapeno
    > Eggplant, long Japanese style/ichiban


    We plant them in the front of the beds because they are such
    attractive plants.

    > Summer squash; zukes and yellow crook neck
    > Winter squash; acorn and butternut


    Hope your neighbors like squash...

    > Green beans
    > Okra
    > Sugar peas
    > Snow peas
    > Florence Fennel
    > My blueberries are doing well
    > I'm sure I forgot some.
    > [snips]


    You're certainly production oriented. That's going to be a lot of
    stuff to harvest. I keep expecting home growing of veggies and herbs
    to become a big deal. It's rewarding fun for us who do it, don't know
    why it's not more widespread. -aem


  5. #5
    aem Guest

    Default Re: Garden

    On May 30, 7:14*pm, Sheldon <PENMAR...@aol.com> wrote:
    > My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    > thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.


    In two to three months you can tell us what you're doing with all that
    harvest.

    > Lets see if I can remember it all...
    > Cukes, long green and kirbys


    Do you trellis cukes? When we let the vines sprawl on the ground the
    cukes come out curved, when we trellis them the cukes are straight.

    > Tomatoes, four kinds; beefsteak, roma, cherry, big boy


    All good, but you really oughta try some of the heirlooms,

    > Lettuce; about six kinds including orientals
    > Cabbage; green, red, bok choy
    > Peppers; 2X bell, jalapeno
    > Eggplant, long Japanese style/ichiban


    We plant them in the front of the beds because they are such
    attractive plants.

    > Summer squash; zukes and yellow crook neck
    > Winter squash; acorn and butternut


    Hope your neighbors like squash...

    > Green beans
    > Okra
    > Sugar peas
    > Snow peas
    > Florence Fennel
    > My blueberries are doing well
    > I'm sure I forgot some.
    > [snips]


    You're certainly production oriented. That's going to be a lot of
    stuff to harvest. I keep expecting home growing of veggies and herbs
    to become a big deal. It's rewarding fun for us who do it, don't know
    why it's not more widespread. -aem


  6. #6
    Nexis Guest

    Default Re: Garden


    "Sheldon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    > thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.
    > Lets see if I can remember it all...
    > Cukes, long green and kirbys
    > Tomatoes, four kinds; beefsteak, roma, cherry, big boy
    > Lettuce; about six kinds including orientals
    > Cabbage; green, red, bok choy
    > Peppers; 2X bell, jalapeno
    > Eggplant, long Japanese style/ichiban
    > Summer squash; zukes and yellow crook neck
    > Winter squash; acorn and butternut
    > Green beans
    > Okra
    > Sugar peas
    > Snow peas
    > Florence Fennel
    > My blueberries are doing well
    > I'm sure I forgot some.
    >
    > I've been busy mowing, of course.
    >
    > And I planted two Colorado spruce...
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/118q59h.jpg
    >
    > Fat Albert:
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/2eqcrqa.jpg
    >
    > Yes, there really is a "Fat Albert" Colorado spruce.
    > http://www.iseli-nursery.com/photopa...sFatAlbert.htm
    >
    > I have quite a few special plants from Iseli.
    >
    > Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    > pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    > know I have places.
    >
    > Sheldon Greenthumb
    >


    Beautiful, Sheldon. Will you be putting lights on those spruce during the holidays?
    Sorry, it's something I just love!

    What kind of green beans did you plant?

    kimberly


  7. #7
    Nexis Guest

    Default Re: Garden


    "Sheldon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    > thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.
    > Lets see if I can remember it all...
    > Cukes, long green and kirbys
    > Tomatoes, four kinds; beefsteak, roma, cherry, big boy
    > Lettuce; about six kinds including orientals
    > Cabbage; green, red, bok choy
    > Peppers; 2X bell, jalapeno
    > Eggplant, long Japanese style/ichiban
    > Summer squash; zukes and yellow crook neck
    > Winter squash; acorn and butternut
    > Green beans
    > Okra
    > Sugar peas
    > Snow peas
    > Florence Fennel
    > My blueberries are doing well
    > I'm sure I forgot some.
    >
    > I've been busy mowing, of course.
    >
    > And I planted two Colorado spruce...
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/118q59h.jpg
    >
    > Fat Albert:
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/2eqcrqa.jpg
    >
    > Yes, there really is a "Fat Albert" Colorado spruce.
    > http://www.iseli-nursery.com/photopa...sFatAlbert.htm
    >
    > I have quite a few special plants from Iseli.
    >
    > Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    > pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    > know I have places.
    >
    > Sheldon Greenthumb
    >


    Beautiful, Sheldon. Will you be putting lights on those spruce during the holidays?
    Sorry, it's something I just love!

    What kind of green beans did you plant?

    kimberly


  8. #8
    Kswck Guest

    Default Re: Garden


    "Sheldon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    > thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.
    > Lets see if I can remember it all...
    > Cukes, long green and kirbys
    > Tomatoes, four kinds; beefsteak, roma, cherry, big boy
    > Lettuce; about six kinds including orientals
    > Cabbage; green, red, bok choy
    > Peppers; 2X bell, jalapeno
    > Eggplant, long Japanese style/ichiban
    > Summer squash; zukes and yellow crook neck
    > Winter squash; acorn and butternut
    > Green beans
    > Okra
    > Sugar peas
    > Snow peas
    > Florence Fennel
    > My blueberries are doing well
    > I'm sure I forgot some.
    >
    > I've been busy mowing, of course.
    >
    > And I planted two Colorado spruce...
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/118q59h.jpg
    >
    > Fat Albert:
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/2eqcrqa.jpg
    >
    > Yes, there really is a "Fat Albert" Colorado spruce.
    > http://www.iseli-nursery.com/photopa...sFatAlbert.htm
    >
    > I have quite a few special plants from Iseli.
    >
    > Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    > pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    > know I have places.
    >
    > Sheldon Greenthumb
    >


    As of 7AM, the storms are supposed to get pretty nasty-at least downstate.
    You may want to take in anything that can be. LI is expecting hail-which is
    rare, and very heavy rains and winds. The storm front is supposed to stretch
    from NE to near Altanta. It's near Pittsburgh now.



  9. #9
    Kswck Guest

    Default Re: Garden


    "Sheldon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    > thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.
    > Lets see if I can remember it all...
    > Cukes, long green and kirbys
    > Tomatoes, four kinds; beefsteak, roma, cherry, big boy
    > Lettuce; about six kinds including orientals
    > Cabbage; green, red, bok choy
    > Peppers; 2X bell, jalapeno
    > Eggplant, long Japanese style/ichiban
    > Summer squash; zukes and yellow crook neck
    > Winter squash; acorn and butternut
    > Green beans
    > Okra
    > Sugar peas
    > Snow peas
    > Florence Fennel
    > My blueberries are doing well
    > I'm sure I forgot some.
    >
    > I've been busy mowing, of course.
    >
    > And I planted two Colorado spruce...
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/118q59h.jpg
    >
    > Fat Albert:
    > http://i30.tinypic.com/2eqcrqa.jpg
    >
    > Yes, there really is a "Fat Albert" Colorado spruce.
    > http://www.iseli-nursery.com/photopa...sFatAlbert.htm
    >
    > I have quite a few special plants from Iseli.
    >
    > Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    > pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    > know I have places.
    >
    > Sheldon Greenthumb
    >


    As of 7AM, the storms are supposed to get pretty nasty-at least downstate.
    You may want to take in anything that can be. LI is expecting hail-which is
    rare, and very heavy rains and winds. The storm front is supposed to stretch
    from NE to near Altanta. It's near Pittsburgh now.



  10. #10
    Kswck Guest

    Default Re: Garden



    > [snips]


    You're certainly production oriented. That's going to be a lot of
    stuff to harvest. I keep expecting home growing of veggies and herbs
    to become a big deal. It's rewarding fun for us who do it, don't know
    why it's not more widespread. -aem

    Easy. People are LAZY. A garden requires maintenance. I grow some stuff, but
    I don't have a lot of land to use.



  11. #11
    Kswck Guest

    Default Re: Garden



    > [snips]


    You're certainly production oriented. That's going to be a lot of
    stuff to harvest. I keep expecting home growing of veggies and herbs
    to become a big deal. It's rewarding fun for us who do it, don't know
    why it's not more widespread. -aem

    Easy. People are LAZY. A garden requires maintenance. I grow some stuff, but
    I don't have a lot of land to use.



  12. #12
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Garden


    "Sheldon" <[email protected]> wrote

    Just gorgeous, Sheldon. You keep that place looking
    immaculate.

    > Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    > pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    > know I have places.


    I hear ya. Just getting those large plants to the right spot
    is a big job. Heck, planting flowers wears me out after a
    while.

    Lots of vegetables you've got going. You give away a lot of
    it if I remember correctly. I only planted tomatoes and some
    frying peppers, I don't really have a lot of room for gardening,
    nor the will. I am running out of time to plant green beans, if I
    haven't already. Now that I want to plant some vegetables, I
    realize how much I live in a flower gardening world. Four
    nurseries and the closest I've come to beans was a plant labeled
    Pole beans. I was kind of hoping to know what variety.

    nancy

  13. #13
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Garden


    "Sheldon" <[email protected]> wrote

    Just gorgeous, Sheldon. You keep that place looking
    immaculate.

    > Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    > pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    > know I have places.


    I hear ya. Just getting those large plants to the right spot
    is a big job. Heck, planting flowers wears me out after a
    while.

    Lots of vegetables you've got going. You give away a lot of
    it if I remember correctly. I only planted tomatoes and some
    frying peppers, I don't really have a lot of room for gardening,
    nor the will. I am running out of time to plant green beans, if I
    haven't already. Now that I want to plant some vegetables, I
    realize how much I live in a flower gardening world. Four
    nurseries and the closest I've come to beans was a plant labeled
    Pole beans. I was kind of hoping to know what variety.

    nancy

  14. #14
    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

    Default Re: Garden

    "kilikini" <[email protected]>
    news:4840b753$0$5171$[email protected]: in rec.food.cooking

    > Sheldon wrote:
    >> My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    >> thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.


    >>snip for space<<


    >>
    >> Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    >> pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    >> know I have places.
    >>
    >> Sheldon Greenthumb

    >
    > I'm jealous of your garden and I'm jealous of your thunderstorms.
    > We're in a severe drought here in Florida and our state is literally
    > on fire.
    >
    > I'm glad that you're a-plantin' and watering for free! :~)


    Sheldon's garden is always awesome. You can have out storms. We got yet
    another huge storm last night. I *did* get some gardening done. I'm
    mostly moving stuff around. I've separated and given so much away the
    past 2 years but I think I actually have room for everything now.

    Michael


    --
    "I'd like to be in Hell in time for dinner"
    -Edward H. Ruloff

    To email - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

  15. #15
    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

    Default Re: Garden

    "kilikini" <[email protected]>
    news:4840b753$0$5171$[email protected]: in rec.food.cooking

    > Sheldon wrote:
    >> My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    >> thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.


    >>snip for space<<


    >>
    >> Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    >> pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    >> know I have places.
    >>
    >> Sheldon Greenthumb

    >
    > I'm jealous of your garden and I'm jealous of your thunderstorms.
    > We're in a severe drought here in Florida and our state is literally
    > on fire.
    >
    > I'm glad that you're a-plantin' and watering for free! :~)


    Sheldon's garden is always awesome. You can have out storms. We got yet
    another huge storm last night. I *did* get some gardening done. I'm
    mostly moving stuff around. I've separated and given so much away the
    past 2 years but I think I actually have room for everything now.

    Michael


    --
    "I'd like to be in Hell in time for dinner"
    -Edward H. Ruloff

    To email - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

  16. #16
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Bobo_Bonobo=AE?= Guest

    Default Re: Garden

    On May 31, 7:27*am, "Michael \"Dog3\"" <don't...@donttell.huh> wrote:
    > "kilikini" <kiliki...@NOSPAMhotmail.com>news:4840b753$0$5171$ [email protected]:in rec.food.cooking
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > Sheldon wrote:
    > >> My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    > >> thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.
    > >>snip for space<<

    >
    > >> Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    > >> pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    > >> know I have places.

    >
    > >> Sheldon Greenthumb

    >
    > > I'm jealous of your garden and I'm jealous of your thunderstorms.
    > > We're in a severe drought here in Florida and our state is literally
    > > on fire.

    >
    > > I'm glad that you're a-plantin' and watering for free! *:~)

    >
    > Sheldon's garden is always awesome. *You can have out storms. *We got yet
    > another huge storm last night.


    That rocked. We turned off all the lights and enjoyed the storm.

    >I *did* get some gardening done. I'm
    > mostly moving stuff around. *I've separated and given so much away the
    > past 2 years but I think I actually have room for everything now.


    My wife grows lots of herbs, but I'm only growing chilis and tomatoes,
    and some perennials (asparagus, raspberries, peaches, and both sweet
    and pie cherries.

    >
    > Michael


    --Bryan

  17. #17
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Bobo_Bonobo=AE?= Guest

    Default Re: Garden

    On May 31, 7:27*am, "Michael \"Dog3\"" <don't...@donttell.huh> wrote:
    > "kilikini" <kiliki...@NOSPAMhotmail.com>news:4840b753$0$5171$ [email protected]:in rec.food.cooking
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > Sheldon wrote:
    > >> My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    > >> thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.
    > >>snip for space<<

    >
    > >> Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    > >> pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    > >> know I have places.

    >
    > >> Sheldon Greenthumb

    >
    > > I'm jealous of your garden and I'm jealous of your thunderstorms.
    > > We're in a severe drought here in Florida and our state is literally
    > > on fire.

    >
    > > I'm glad that you're a-plantin' and watering for free! *:~)

    >
    > Sheldon's garden is always awesome. *You can have out storms. *We got yet
    > another huge storm last night.


    That rocked. We turned off all the lights and enjoyed the storm.

    >I *did* get some gardening done. I'm
    > mostly moving stuff around. *I've separated and given so much away the
    > past 2 years but I think I actually have room for everything now.


    My wife grows lots of herbs, but I'm only growing chilis and tomatoes,
    and some perennials (asparagus, raspberries, peaches, and both sweet
    and pie cherries.

    >
    > Michael


    --Bryan

  18. #18
    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

    Default Re: Garden

    Bobo Bonobo® <[email protected]>
    news:96f009fd-[email protected]:
    in rec.food.cooking

    >>
    >> Sheldon's garden is always awesome. *You can have out storms. *We got

    > yet
    >> another huge storm last night.

    >
    > That rocked. We turned off all the lights and enjoyed the storm.


    For a minute when the electric flickered I figured we'd have to go to the
    usual plan B

    >
    >>I *did* get some gardening done. I'm
    >> mostly moving stuff around. *I've separated and given so much away
    >> the past 2 years but I think I actually have room for everything now.

    >
    > My wife grows lots of herbs, but I'm only growing chilis and tomatoes,
    > and some perennials (asparagus, raspberries, peaches, and both sweet
    > and pie cherries.


    I do the herbs in pots as well as the jalapeno, habanero and anaheims.
    You know the neighborhood I live in. It's mostly trees and we don't get
    much sun, at least in the back yard. So I do plants that need sun in
    pots so I can move them around. I'd love to grow some asparagus but just
    don't have the sun for it to thrive. Unless I till up the front lawn
    which I've threatened to do for years.

    Michael



    --
    "I'd like to be in Hell in time for dinner"
    -Edward H. Ruloff

    To email - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

  19. #19
    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

    Default Re: Garden

    Bobo Bonobo® <[email protected]>
    news:[email protected]:
    in rec.food.cooking

    >>
    >> Sheldon's garden is always awesome. *You can have out storms. *We got

    > yet
    >> another huge storm last night.

    >
    > That rocked. We turned off all the lights and enjoyed the storm.


    For a minute when the electric flickered I figured we'd have to go to the
    usual plan B

    >
    >>I *did* get some gardening done. I'm
    >> mostly moving stuff around. *I've separated and given so much away
    >> the past 2 years but I think I actually have room for everything now.

    >
    > My wife grows lots of herbs, but I'm only growing chilis and tomatoes,
    > and some perennials (asparagus, raspberries, peaches, and both sweet
    > and pie cherries.


    I do the herbs in pots as well as the jalapeno, habanero and anaheims.
    You know the neighborhood I live in. It's mostly trees and we don't get
    much sun, at least in the back yard. So I do plants that need sun in
    pots so I can move them around. I'd love to grow some asparagus but just
    don't have the sun for it to thrive. Unless I till up the front lawn
    which I've threatened to do for years.

    Michael



    --
    "I'd like to be in Hell in time for dinner"
    -Edward H. Ruloff

    To email - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

  20. #20
    Virginia Tadrzynski Guest

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    "kilikini" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Sheldon wrote:
    >> My veggie garden is finally all planted, and just in time as heavy
    >> thunderstorms are forcast for tomorrow.
    >> Lets see if I can remember it all...
    >> Cukes, long green and kirbys
    >> Tomatoes, four kinds; beefsteak, roma, cherry, big boy
    >> Lettuce; about six kinds including orientals
    >> Cabbage; green, red, bok choy
    >> Peppers; 2X bell, jalapeno
    >> Eggplant, long Japanese style/ichiban
    >> Summer squash; zukes and yellow crook neck
    >> Winter squash; acorn and butternut
    >> Green beans
    >> Okra
    >> Sugar peas
    >> Snow peas
    >> Florence Fennel
    >> My blueberries are doing well
    >> I'm sure I forgot some.
    >>
    >> I've been busy mowing, of course.
    >>
    >> And I planted two Colorado spruce...
    >> http://i30.tinypic.com/118q59h.jpg
    >>
    >> Fat Albert:
    >> http://i30.tinypic.com/2eqcrqa.jpg
    >>
    >> Yes, there really is a "Fat Albert" Colorado spruce.
    >> http://www.iseli-nursery.com/photopa...sFatAlbert.htm
    >>
    >> I have quite a few special plants from Iseli.
    >>
    >> Those spruce don't look very big but each weighed well over 100
    >> pounds... and I dug some huge holes... I had aches in places I didn't
    >> know I have places.
    >>
    >> Sheldon Greenthumb

    >
    > I'm jealous of your garden and I'm jealous of your thunderstorms. We're
    > in a severe drought here in Florida and our state is literally on fire.
    >
    > I'm glad that you're a-plantin' and watering for free! :~)
    >
    > kili
    >
    >
    >

    I'll send FBS over with a couple of turkey burgers. Seriously, we're
    getting rain today in PA, hope to send some your way.........
    -ginny



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