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Post  jazzycat on 4/17/2013, 10:58 pm

We transplanted tomatoes and planted some seeds about 5 days ago, and lo and behold, this morning when I went to water where the seeds were planted, a few green leaves sprouting up out of the mulch! I was afraid nothing would come up because my cat keeps hanging out in the garden. Hopefully more will start making their way up as well. Very Happy










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Post  landarch on 4/17/2013, 11:06 pm

radishes?
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Post  Turan on 4/17/2013, 11:08 pm

Nice rock on
Are those radishes?

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Post  jazzycat on 4/18/2013, 2:07 am

Baby bok choy, arugula, some lettuces and some collards (I think, or another lettuce). I haven't planted the radishes yet. These are all greens of some kind or another. Very Happy

I wasn't sure if it was too late to plant greens here. I know a lot of people grow them in the winter because it's so mild, generally speaking. But, I thought I would try anyway, because I eat a lot of salad and I love greens.

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