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  1. #1
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    garden

    Its not to soon to start thinking about the garden, specially since we really have not had a winter.

    any idea what you will plant?

    I planted garlic this fall and its doing awesome, and I have been picking strawberries up to last week.


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    Re: garden

    I just put away my strawberry planter and my raspberry bushes are still producing leaves. no fruit. I hope it doesn't hurt the berries for the new year. Just got the Burpee catalog in the mail this week. I might try this newfangled seedless tomato hybrid.

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    Re: garden

    I was wondering about the stuff thats confused and is budding. I seen a cherry tree in full bloom and a willow that had long leaves on it.


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    Re: garden

    All are signs pointing to the beginning of a strange year.

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    Re: garden

    Newark's cherry trees are in full bloom as is the little snow in summer in my rock garden .I'll have blooming crocus any minute and the snow drops in sheltered places are blooming.Very pretty, but that leaves spring naked! We have robins running all over.They usually spend the winter in the deep woods across the street.Happy new Year all.

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    Re: garden

    this is pretty cool

    http://extension.udel.edu/lawngarden/garden-help-lines/

    UD will answer questions!


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