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Re: Another planting consideration

Post  nancy on 5/5/2011, 6:50 pm

Boffer, that's a bit too much flame. I just wanted a mild toast. Cool

Last year I went for a very symmetrical garden. Things were planted even and opposite. I learned from that. The peas shaded the broccoli too much once they got tall. The onions shaded the carrots, etc. So this year everything is was grouped together. (Some may still survive.)

Tomorrow night we start the frog egg hunt. Very Happy
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Re: Another planting consideration

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Re: Another planting consideration

Post  CindiLou on 5/5/2011, 11:17 pm

You have "War of the Round-Up" on here...I have it at home! My DH swears by it and that is what he goes for at the first sign of a weed! We had "No Round-Up" zones in our yard! If he goes near my flower bed section or my garden section with his spray HE KNOWS HE WILL BE DISARMED VIOLENTLY!

I have to say he does use it responsible as a whole. Not when there is a breeze....uses a cup funnel for targeting. He does respect my wishes...he was a sweety and weeded my asparagus patch by hand and did not spray once!

Sorry but I think creeping charlie is a misunderstood flower
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Re: Another planting consideration

Post  shannon1 on 5/6/2011, 1:17 am

I must agree monsanto is a vile company and not solely because of round up but on alot of fronts mostly my distain is due to the GMO's. They will never see a cent from me Twisted Evil .
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