All Discussions Tagged 'garden' (15)

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Your Gardening Style

Vegetables, fruits or flowers? Pretty or practical? Tomatoes or carrots? Big or small? Indoors, outdoors, on a plane, in the rain? Me? I a…

Started by Jezzy

15 Jan 18
Reply by Sentient Biped

Vegetable Variety List for local climates. What are your experiences?

Here is a link for NY gardeners.  I suspect there would be similarities for other Northerners or cool climates, but not identical. I haven…

Started by Sentient Biped

3 Jan 9
Reply by Sentient Biped

Testing Seeds Makes Spring Feel Closer

I almost never throw away seed packets.  Every year I buy some more, so I wound up with a pile of seed packets.  I've kept them stored in m…

Started by Sentient Biped

20 Feb 2, 2013
Reply by amer chohan

Day at the Iris Farm / about Bearded Irises

Today my partner and I went to the iris farm in Oregon.  Shriner's grows bearded irises (German Iris or 
Iris germanica) for sale to nurser…

Started by Sentient Biped

20 May 20, 2012
Reply by Idaho Spud

May 2010. Who is getting dirt under their fingernails and planting?

For the northern hemisphericentric, temperatocentric, in the group -   You been out digging?    I have tomatoes in protected chambers (comm…

Started by Sentient Biped

5 May 11, 2010
Reply by Dejah Thoris

Is it Spring yet?

Looking at the news, definitely not in the US Northeast.   Here in the Pacific Northwest, we've had some unseasonably warm weather, which a…

Started by Sentient Biped

15 Apr 28, 2010
Reply by Regina M

Bulb Planting time.

Northern Hemisphere, temperate - Time to plant the hyacinths, tulips, and daffodils. Maybe some alliums - good for the bees! Anything unusu…

Started by Sentient Biped

4 Sep 13, 2009
Reply by Sentient Biped

Summer chores / planting / reflections

My garden has gone to pot lately. Work, family demands, other issues. Not literally gone to pot (please, I have enough problems) - but imag…

Started by Sentient Biped

4 Jul 27, 2009
Reply by vespertilio

What are you eating from your garden, now?

We are getting lots of ripe strawberries. Much more "strawberry" flavor than store bought. Chinese chives, used for stuffing pot stickers,…

Started by Sentient Biped

30 Jul 17, 2009
Reply by Kitty

Phenology tells us when to plant. What expressions have you heard?

Phenology is the study of correlations in nature, in order to guide planting, harvest, or scavaging for mushrooms. Phenology is probably as…

Started by Sentient Biped

8 May 11, 2009
Reply by Sentient Biped


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