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I love spring!

Discussion in 'Fruits & Vegetables' started by Mauldintiger, Apr 21, 2015.

  1. Apr 21, 2015
    Mauldintiger

    Mauldintiger Deeply Rooted

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    Azaleas, Strawbale lettuce mix, potatoes, tomatoes and brassicas:

    I am now an official believer in the benefit of the wall of water, these early girls were planted 3 weeks before my last frost date of April 15! All survived today's storms!
     
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    Smart Red

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    Nice! I didn't see any azaleas in the photos. Are yours in bloom?
     
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    image.jpg I don't have photo's down yet!
     
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    Those are beautiful! And their backdrop of water isn't half bad either. You have a lovely site for gardening there. I wish it could be in my back yard.

    I love my rhodies and azaleas especially after being told they wouldn't grow in south-est, central-est Wisconsin.
     

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