it's time to start planting indoors

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  1. smichal

    smichal A1 Dick Game

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    has anybody started any seeds yet?
    in my office we are trying to grown morning glories in a hanging basket
     
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    Nah but what I grew remained in doors and was cycled every 4 months
     
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    Still 6 imches of snow on the ground.
    Gotta wait till april.
    Then Im gonna plant a few pizza trees.
     
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    start 'em indoors NOW
     
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    Here's mine.

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    Oh oh oh..me me me...:hw:

    Wife has started tomato plants, peppers, and a bunch of other stuff.

    Had our first tiny tiny sprout from a tomato plant today...we started last week.
     
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    I garden during the summer outside. Usually tomatoes and carrots. Saves a lot of grocery money on veggies.
     
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    we grow stuff yr. round here in the desert/Phoenix.
     
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    Yes I started my tomatoes yesterday :cheer: All you have to do is take a ripe tomato, cut in quarters, bury all 4 quarters in a pot in clean soil, mist lightly and cover with saran wrap. Put in a sunny window. Instant plants.
     
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    I only plant bodies things in the crawl space.
     
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    Plant 'em in the snow, they'll get plenty of water that way.
     
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    this Irish lady grew morning glories indoors
     
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    I got a brown thumb (and it ain't from shovin' it up my ass).
     
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    these people grew passionfruit indoors
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    I have so many perennials in my yard that I really don't plant too many annuals. I would like to start some hanging baskets inside but I'm too lazy and end up just buying them.
     
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    Idea is to eat the plants, not have them eat you. Yikes!
     
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    That's what I'm doing wrong! :mad:
     
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    I haven't even ordered seed yet here in Ontario. I do have 100ft of garlic planted in the fall under 4 ft of snow and perennial asparagus that will pop in spring.
     
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    Any expert tips on growing honeydew, water, and musk melon?
     
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    Anywhere else in the whole world that statement would be understood, here at the shed you gotta specify.