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Repotting and New Yamamoto Dendrobiums. 4.13.18
The other way around here, Kathy - the regular magnolias bloom in April/May and the star magnolias later.
Randy, I like your idea of planting a tree in the former hole. Looking forward to learning what tree you find to fit that spot. Hopefully, you'll send along some photos.
Spud, thanks for the information that plain water is better than sugar water for soaking seeds before planting.
I look forward to learning how your garden grows this year. You have some special skills and I enjoy learning from you.
Kathy, Spokane has been redesignated USDA Zone 6 from Zone 5. I don't believe it! If I were still in Spokane I would be looking for vegetable seeds that mature in 50-60 days. I don't even try to grow the more tender seeds because we always have late and early freezes. I feel sad going into my garden and seeing the ravages of late and early frosts. Our growing season is too short. I should have moved south, except I like the lilacs, tulips, and daffodils that like cold weather. How do these plants do in your zone, Kathy?
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