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90 Miles West of Central Park   our lost tribe

Started 6/7/05 by Paul (SNOTZALOT); 112082 views.
Oh that's great, Paul. I think you can hold off on the Mayo for a while yet. Gotta give the seedlings a chance to grow. My hubby's a little late in getting his started...he planted his seeds last week. Around May we'll transfer the plants into the garden. Keep me updated on how yours are growing.

From: Paul (SNOTZALOT)


We are trying for some early tomatoes this year. Pictured below are 4 two week old tomato plants and 108 onion seedlings.

Tomatoes will be thinned and transplanted this weekend to two plants and the onion seedlings will be scissor trimmed to 3" to encourage branching.

We expect to plant the onions in a few weeks and the tomatoes about a month early.

Tomato variety: Moskvich

Onion varieties: Candy & Copra

Broccoli, cabbage and related plants being started next week.

Spring isn't far away!
Carol Ann (Knit_Chat)

From: Carol Ann (Knit_Chat)


Looking good, Paul. Keep us updated on your garden.
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From: Paul (SNOTZALOT)


Seedlings. seedlings, seedlings!

Started flowers this weekend Calendula Flash Back Mix, Horned Viola Penny All season Mix and Athena Impatiens.

Not enough space, the tomatoes, eggplant and peppers have yet to be started....

Attached photo.

From: Paul (SNOTZALOT)


When asked, most of us usually say "just a pine box". Well a good friend needed a pine box for his mom, so I was honored to make this for her. Eastern white pine construction and it was made on "Green Day"


From: gunter


filling the need admirably, good job ...
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From: Paul (SNOTZALOT)


Perfect close to the first evening of summer, fresh rhubarb pie from the garden....yummmmm!

I'm digging two 3' fence post holes for a garden gate down through genuine Pocono soil...any volunteers?

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From: Paul (SNOTZALOT)


Spent the afternoon planting the upper flower bed by the road. Compost, goat manure, a bit of organic fertilizer and lots of impatiens. All covered with a bunch of deer fencing. If those hoofed rodents wish to eat they are going to have to work for it! Pictures when they bloom!

Vegetable garden is almost fully planted. Need to fill in a few empty spaces and plant cukes and squash. Some critter has been in there grazing, ate about 1/2 he pea plants. Garden is in about 3 weeks late due to rainy weather.

Broke a tie rod end on the 1650 cub cadet, front wheels went in two different directions. Looks like a trip to Tractor supply coming up! ;-)