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    I have some tomato plants in the sunroom 'nursery'. Also growing sprouts, radish and broccoli sprouts...mega greens..

    I see something coming in my bed that I think may be zucchini...I tossed some smashed vegetable pieces left over from cleaning and may have a nice crop growing randomly...it also seems my sunflowers self seeded last year as I hoped...

    Yep...just looked up seedling pictures...have a bunch of sunflowers in one bed and zucchini in another...

    I buried 5 or 6 tomatoes and they may grow too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    February has been an unusually warm month...leftover leaves were raked up and now my crocus are blooming.
    I tried crocus one year and had no luck..plan on planting some bulbs this fall and see if I can have better luck here...

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    Its a glorious 72 degrees with rain coming tonight so what better time to plant a couple of new flowers I mail ordered:

    https://www.gurneys.com/product/red-penstemon

    https://www.michiganbulb.com/product..._Dwarf_Daylily

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    This is what I harvested from my garden today!!

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    This is what I harvested from my garden today!!

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    That's impressive ..love the colours

    You can make Mexican dishes with those chillies

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    Quote Originally Posted by happysandyh View Post
    This is what I harvested from my garden today!!

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    Looks like you've even got some habaneros there too? You've got all kinds of peppers there. I like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by happysandyh View Post
    This is what I harvested from my garden today!!

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    Wow..you sure have a green thumb! Not me....

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    These have always been a favorite of mine since childhood...I used to walk in the woods and pick them for my Grandmother...also a favorite because of the beauty and atmosphere of fall when they bloom...

    I planted 20 of them yesterday ...hate it but have to wait a year to see them bloom...

    I did not order them from this site...there are several people on Ebay dividing their's and selling them...

    I learned some years back they were a protected wildflower...

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Its a glorious 72 degrees with rain coming tonight so what better time to plant a couple of new flowers I mail ordered:

    https://www.gurneys.com/product/red-penstemon

    https://www.michiganbulb.com/product..._Dwarf_Daylily
    How did these do this year?

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    How did these do this year?
    No blooms this year, like you with yours I have to wait until next year.

    I still have my tomato and pepper plants out but since the first frost is forecast for tonight they'll be harvested and the plants removed.

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