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Post  cheyannarach 7/5/2013, 3:28 pm

Hey everybody, hope your gardens are treating you well! I am a little behind this year, I killed most of my seedlings Sad so I decided to only plant what I could sow rather than buy a bunch of transplants but Smile my local greenhouse had a huge sale last week and I got 4 1/2 flats of veggies and flowers for $25!! So I got them planted and and now started the waiting game! I just made my house into a vacation rental and got my first reservation on the 3-6 of July and we are camping so I can't wait to get back to check on everything. Lucky for me it has been raining so I know everything is getting watered! What is your July progress!
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Post  cheyannarach 7/13/2013, 9:21 pm

So I had a few peppers and a sucker I soaked in water to plant somewhere and I decided to add more dirt to the Plant Inn and plant them in it!  These things are either going to go gangbusters or fail hugely.  I kept my chicks in it this spring so there is a lot of fertilizer in there...  It's been about 2 months since they were in there but I am not certain how fast the chicky doo breaks down...  July Western mountains and high plains 3170584802 Here's to wishful thinking!!
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