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130 days 'til spring

Posted by christie_sw_mo Z6 (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 10, 08 at 11:02

Do you think it will it make it go faster or slower to count down the days? lol

Where are those plant and seed catalogs! I think they come later every year. lol The only one I've gotten so far is Thompson and Morgan. I enjoy browsing through that one but I don't usually order from them. I want to order some seeds from Baker Creek but haven't gotten that one yet.

Anyone else craving spring already?


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RE: 130 days 'til spring

Christie this is still fall. You need to dig up a new bed or make a bent wood trellis or something in this cool weather. It is too early to start counting. I have already ordered seeds so what will I do in January? I can take the cool sunny days like yesterday, but I hate the dreary days. I need sun.


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christie, I haven't even begun to enjoy my "do nothing" days yet!

You need to start a new lasagna bed that will be all ready to plant next spring. The leaves are a waitin'.


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Oh christie,
Too early to count down, or maybe just too many days till spring. lol
The only seed catalogs I have gotten so far are the J.L. Hudson. I like the way some of the items are listed. Reference.
The Kitazawa seed co.
I was thinking of trying so of the short season vegetables. A mellon in there caught my eye.
The Seed Savers 2008, they are to send me a new one later. great photos to go with the list. Again reference.
So I guess we have a ways to go.
I do enjoy my sun.
Today yuck, cold dark.
Too cold for me to be outside. My hands hurt just being indoors looking out.
I am getting some of my winter sowing things ready. Helps pass the time.

Bonnie


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Christie-I am counting the days until spring, too. Once I have the leaves tucked into the compost pile and on the gardens for mulch, I have nothing left to do.

I have only gotten 2 catelogs and I signed up for seveal. I have order seeds and rose and it is only Nov.. Now I have to find a winter hobby. Last year I made Christmas ornaments. Now I need to find a new one for this year.

I agree with Helen and Bonnie I can do without these dreary days.
Have a good day!
Ann


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Christie, the Baker Creek catalogs are not mailed
until December this year. :)

Caroline


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bunny, learn to knit or crochet. It took me all winter to make an afghan and now it may take me all this winter to put it together.


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My leaves havent all fallen yet! mowed and shredded, and swept at my SIL's place and filled his compost bin yesterday. Looks like it will be week after next when I start on mine, probably.
My planning for spring depend on how much "disposable" income is left. I still need about 1,500 cement blocks.and no, I'm not crazy, this is my outlet--the garden.
I'm ordering onion plants next week, Christie, and going over the seed catalogs from this spring. I think I could plant for several years and not order--but there's always something I just have to try. For instance, in a week or two, I'm going to start a salad garden, inside, under lights. I know some of you have done this before, but a first for me.
In the meantime, I love dreary winter days--my time for recuperating, and setting by the fireplace with a good mystery novel.


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The forecast for today isn't very pleasant but the rest of the week looks a little better and then a cold weekend. brrr
I've been working on my Christmas list for everyone and I'm determined to get my shopping done early this year so I won't have to fight the crowds and weather in mid December like I usually do.

I have some seeds set aside for winter sowing too Bonnie. I haven't been saving containers though. I can always use milk jugs but I like using containers with clear lids better so I can see what's going on. I'm completely out of potting soil and need to put that on my Walmart list.


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Christie
This will be my second year to ws.
I just used what soil I had on hand last year, because it was a last minute I want to do it now thing.
This year I plan on doing a much better job. I am hoping I have every thing I need.
But I'm sure I will change my mind again.
I can hardly wait. I think this my be the perfect thing to keep that I have something growing feeling ; )


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