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Late Spring?

Post  wncsohn on 9/25/2011, 9:07 pm

What is typically considered "late spring" ??

My last frost date is April 1 - 10 ... so that would make my "late spring" ..... ???

Being new to gardening sure is a humbling experience!

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Re: Late Spring?

Post  capatl on 9/25/2011, 9:21 pm

Late spring would be towards the end of spring, more like the end of May-ish. I'm still pretty new too, but I haven't learned of any technical definition for 'late spring.' Smile

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Post  wncsohn on 9/25/2011, 10:12 pm

Thanks capatl! That's about what I was thinking but wasn't entirely sure.

I'm currently going through my old seed list (which is very minimal in information!) and trying to "beef it up" a bit so I'm ready when planting time comes next spring! Very Happy

Hah, it's not even a "complete" list because I know for a fact I have more types of veggie seeds than what are listed! LOL Like New Zealand Spinach (not on my list but I know I have the seed!) and a few others. Ah well, this list is at least a start! 22 types of fruits/veggies

Wow ... I don't know if I'm going to be able to plant all the varieties I have! LOL I know I've got at least 15 - 20 OTHER types of seeds not on the list because I added to my seed stocks after this list was written!

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Post  tabletopper on 9/26/2011, 3:19 am

any experience with New Zealand spinach.....growing and eating.???? It came up wild in my back yard.....and I understand a few chefs prefer it in their dishes....

I understand it is best to roll the big hard seeds between 2 pieces of sand paper for easier sprouting..

I read that it does good in hanging baskets....want to try that one...it seems that the plants would need lots of "hair cuts"........I must try it soon......Ruth

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Post  wncsohn on 9/26/2011, 11:02 am

Sorry Ruth, haven't had an opportunity to try it yet but I've heard good things about it! Smile

If, by some chance, I do get a chance to plant/try it before you do I'll try and remember to let you know!

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