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I have seedlings!

Post  dansamy on 5/15/2010, 6:45 pm

Yay! My pink eyed peas have popped through the ground and so have the radishes. I was so happy to see that this morning. I was certain that I was watering dirt fruitlessly.


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Post  auntij on 5/15/2010, 7:00 pm

I'm glad to see someone gets as excited as I do LOL Today while weeding (also weeded a radish until I remembered I planted around the brussels) I came across radishes, beets, a tons of lettuce and spinach and my new crop of sugar snap peas. I so can't wait til I get to harvest!!


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Post  dansamy on 5/15/2010, 7:15 pm

This is my first attempt at growing anything. Considering that I am not very good at keeping plants alive that people have given me in the past, any sign of life is exciting. I was just out there looking some more and saw that chard has broken through as well!


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Post  Dunkinjean on 5/18/2010, 9:18 pm

I am also very excited seeing the seedlings come through the soil.
I am a first time SFG gardener also.
Bush beans coming thru along with cucumber, zucchini, basil, pumpkin (which I have planted along the side of my house - last year's row garden). I did "cheat" and bought 2 tomato plants (husband only likes the Rutgers Tom & I like any kind, so I planted cherry tom); and 1 red pepper plant.

We only did one 4 x 4 box since a beginner. Next yr plan to make another box if all goes well.

Always say hello to our plants!



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