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The ducks have a new yard, my future tomato and bean garden. 12.22.17
Daniel, I envy you the ability to plant such seeds this early in the year. Even in Spokane, we don't plant them until the snow is off Mt Spokane and Mica Peak. That will be late May. I might sow some old seeds to see if they will make it through the late frosts.
I plan to get the equipmenyt for making tunnels. They will protect from those unexpected late frosts and later from insects. I will grow my brassicas in the raised bed so that we have plenty of space in the greenhouse for tomatoes, peppers, etc.
Racking up those frequent flier miles.
I forgot to try them when the weather was cold. One of you peeps said they would taste less bitter at that time. I'll try to remember to try some this fall and next spring.
Eat them, Spud! There are many dandelion recipes on the web!
Dandelions have taken over my neighborhood this year. I've never seen so many. The girl across the street has a lawn that's almost more yellow than green. She mows them down every couple of days, but they pop-up again in a day.
I've been fighting them in my garden, and today, I pried-up the last of them from my garden. They'll come up again from the roots, but if I keep them from growing too many leaves, they should die after a while.
I think they're pretty, but they're a scourge.
Interesting post about snakes.
I have a patch of bluebells where a few show up white now and then.
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