What did you do in your garden today?


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Trimmed more of the lavender, hubby doesn't like me using the secitures he thinks that i might cut too much off, me no. :giggle:
 

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Too windy to do anything outside so pricked out the snapdragon seedlings done 75still got some left to do later.
 
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I took a look at it and wondered if there would be any planting at all in March. We finally had some warmer temps today, but it's been a roller coaster this winter.
 

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Tuesday sowed a lot of seeds, yesterday they had all come up. They were Dwarf Pot Marigolds,the taller Pot Marigolds, Cosmos, Tithonia and Cucumber.
Too cold and wet to do anything outside.
 
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Started getting ready for planting peppers and tomatoes. Potatoes are in the ground, pumpkin, cucumber, squash and melon all got planted last week along with some more carrots. How to have a good harvest this year!
 
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Started getting ready for planting peppers and tomatoes. Potatoes are in the ground, pumpkin, cucumber, squash and melon all got planted last week along with some more carrots. How to have a good harvest this year!
Sounds lovely. I only do flowers. have too many Amish around me with cheap good veggies to buy.
 

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Planted out some polyanthus that i grew from seed. Don't grow so much veg anymore, but grow a lot of fruit and flowers especially in the front garden.
 
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Went out to see if the heavy rains (which we very rarely get here in southern California) washed away my newly planted green beans and onion seeds. I JUST planted them one day before the rain. I can't win for losing.
 
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I raked over and composted the two remaining raised beds, readying them for planting cucumbers and squash. I also gathered up all the fallen twigs and limbs and took them to the burn pile.
Black Thumb, this happens to all of us--Mother Nature likes to keep a firm hand on gardeners so we don't get overly confident! One year I planted spinach three times, and only got one small salad :cry:.
 

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