Well it was COLD this am. It has been in the 60-70 range
the last few days, but last night was 33 F the coldest so far
Add to that the fact that it was foggy and damp and it was
definitely Cold. I guess that took care of the last tomato plant.
( We had the last toms for Thanksgiving)
I have in the garden Lettuces, spinach, broccoli and onions.
Only a tiny trace of rain, alas..................It did get up to 60
this pm for about 2 minutes!
Well it was COLD this am. It has been in the 20-29 range
the last few days, but last night was 17 F the coldest so far
Add to that the fact that it was snowy and damp and it was
definitely Cold. Last month took care of the last tomato plant.
( We got the last turkey in the store for Thanksgiving)
Looking to next spring to grow Lettuces, spinach, broccoli and onions.
Only a tiny trace of snow, alas..................It did get up to 29
this pm for about 2 minutes!
Enjoy Life ... Dan
South East Michigan :)
Dan seems to be very competitive with his adversities ;O)
Me thinks that we need a gardening report from bungadora to
put him in his place, otherwise I fear that we will soon be reading
the account of his upbringing, which features him and his twenty
siblings growing up in a shoe box, in the middle of an interstate, where
he had to get up, half an hour before he went to bed, so that he could
work twenty-eight hours a day, eight days a week, down at the mill, and
when he got home his dad would cut into him with a bread knife, and then
sing glory halleluja while dancing around his grave.
So, Bungadora, if you be there, please put this up start in his place ;O)
Republican and Democratic "Leadership" Behind Bars
That is why the universe made house plants and forcing bulbs a way to
keep the thumb green . And visions of growing plants danced in their
heads a corruption of course. Hell with the sugarplums :))
Bill wondering what is a sugarplum. Looks like a goggle search for
this ignorant guy.
House plants ?????
That is something I have have not thought about. Perhaps house plants
are of feminine in thinking. Where outdoor gardening are more masculine
in thinking. To think of it, all of the outdoor garden shows that I know
of are all males are the host. Victory Garden - male, Gardening Smart -
male, cultivating life -male, P. Allen Smith - male (well maybe half
male). House plants, hmmm... Martha Stewart?
I have always viewed Winter as the time for learning. Spring is the time
for cleaning. Summer as the time of doing. Fall is the time for
preserving. Winter is here, I am currently on chapter two of "Gardening:
when it counts, by Steve Solomon" and "Anathem by Neal Stephenson
House plants - it maybe possible. First I will have to look very very
deep into my soul and search and look for that feminine side if it is
Shields Up ... Dan :)
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