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    It's so awesome to know some of you are seeing greenery already! Gives me hope!
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    TONS of stuff coming up! YEAH!!! Spring is here. Had fresh chives in out salad this evening. Lots of pretty little crocuses. Peonies, bleeding heart, lilies, poppies and on and on! W O N D E R F U L !!
    Even the koi in my pond are out and about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmewhoelse View Post
    And I can't believe it I already have growth! Yah! Heres some pictures. I also found a good use for the plastic zippered bags that duvet covers and comforters come in. Even the plastic bags that pillows come in can be used for mini greenhouses.
    I have beans and cukes that are coming up, then in the rectangle container will all the little plants is Petunias. Then the other 2 small round ones have dianthis that sprouted! I am going to have tons of flowers to play with and plant this year. Will also probably do so baskets/planters for family/friends.
    That's cool..I have one or 2 of those kicking around the house somewhere..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalka View Post
    It's so awesome to know some of you are seeing greenery already! Gives me hope!
    I only have about a fifth of my garden snow-free and that's mainly lawn.But I'm hoping to get out there by the end of the week and if I just pull 1 weed I'll be a happy penguin..
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    Quote Originally Posted by MortgageQueen View Post
    TONS of stuff coming up! YEAH!!! Spring is here. Had fresh chives in out salad this evening. Lots of pretty little crocuses. Peonies, bleeding heart, lilies, poppies and on and on! W O N D E R F U L !!
    Even the koi in my pond are out and about.
    How deep is your pond?? and do you keep your fish in there all year?
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    You guys out East are killing me! All my stuff is still under huge amounts of snow.

    Itsmewhoelse...make sure you take off the plastic bags once you have germination...you need air circulation amongst the seedlings to prevent fungus problems like damping off.

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    We still have quite a bit of snow (it snowed some more today), but our flower bed is south facing against our siding so it is already melting there. On the weekend I saw the first sprouts from red tulips. My vegetable garden plots are in the back yard and most of that is still under snow. I look forward to having green onions from my garden before I even have the chance to plant anything for the year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoJays View Post
    the daylilies are saying 'damn the weather, we're coming up'.. lol.. they're all starting to peek up from the ground finally.. outside of the flowering spring bulbs, they're usually the first to make an appearance
    So far, I see tulips making the fastest growth, with older peonies following. My lilies haven't popped up yet though. Do the oriental breeds like stargazers generally come up after daylilies or do they all come up around the same time? I'm worried mine haven't made it.

    I still need to check the rose for growth, but same as many of you, the ground is very wet and I'm afraid of sinking up to my ankles in mud.

    Anyone reseeding their grass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MortgageQueen View Post
    TONS of stuff coming up! YEAH!!! Spring is here. Had fresh chives in out salad this evening. Lots of pretty little crocuses. Peonies, bleeding heart, lilies, poppies and on and on! W O N D E R F U L !!
    Even the koi in my pond are out and about.
    SO do you keep your Koi inside in the winter?

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    Nothing here yet except the very tips of tulips and hyacinthes. The backyard is still frozen because it's half shade but I think by this weekend it will all be thawed out

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    By the way over the winter I started to regrow my veggies and I now have romaine , shallots and celery growing from the stems of the ones I bought a few weeks ago.

    Ready to transplant them in to dirt in pots, still indoors of course. Cant wait to see how big they get.

    They look like this (not mine in the pic but similar)

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    I pulled a weed today..iz a happi penguin


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    ShwaGirl, how does your lawn grow now? I recall you made a decision to feed it during a Nov. warm spell. You must have some nice "green" growing outside.

    Front lawn at home is looking yellowish to brownish-green (from the winter, as we don't "feed" the lawn). Might take until May to get the perky green blades back out there.
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    Planted some zinnia seeds indoors that are just starting to peak out of the dirt. Grass is greening up quite well. I overseeded in Nov with the "slow grow" grass seeds. Its only supposed to require mowing 3-4 times a year..we'll see about that.
    Crocuses are up, and tulips are on their way! I planted about 200 bulbs in the fall, then put some various annuals in the heated garage in front of the window to see how well they would do, and I think only the begonias died.
    Cant wait for it to warm up just a bit more so I can clean up the yard.
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    ^200 bulbs! Please take a picture and post here when they are in bloom!

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