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5/14/11 11:15 A

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Because I live in the mountains it takes longer for any of our veg. and fruit to ripen. We have had snow as late as the end of March. We do have asparagus ready. Also spinach, swiss chard, lettuce and some strawberries. The cherries are beginning to ripen and we will need to put the netting back over the trees or the birds will eat most of them. The tomatoes in the green house are now still green so that will be awhile yet.

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I had a couple of onions, some kale and radiccio make it through the winter. Sounds like the start of a salad to me.

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That is so cool about the onion - I'm going to have to try that!

I'm waiting....waiting....for several things to ripen - early peaches, apriums, early apples, eggplants are starting to form, I have 3 purple peppers and one green pepper almost ready to harvest (man, they take their TIME). Melon plants and armenian cukes are flowering. A couple Anaheim chilies just showed up - still tiny. Also waiting for the yellow pear cherry tomatoes to ripen - they're my absolute FAVE!

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I harvested my first sweet onions a few days ago. Last fall I had an onion...well actually half an onion that started growing in my fridge, so I just stuck it in the ground for fun. I got six med sized onions from it...it was an awesome surprise, I used one with my freshly harvested cucumbers to make a cucumber salad. Delish!

We have gotten 3 yellow squash (now I have some kind of bug on them), lots of green beans, bib lettuce, a few small tomatoes, carrots, dill, catnip (the cats are having a ball right now), we harvested ONE broccoli earlier in the year. We also have a nice supply of various herbs available when needed.

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holy mackerel you all are amazing with produce already!! i live in portland, oregon and we are having ANOTHER late start to summer...last year it didn't happen at all, so i am hopeful that la nina is taking the lack of sunlight and below normal temps with her this summer
i've only harvested some cilantro and basil-mostly to keep it in check
am very excited to post more another time!! i'm guessing at least a month.sigh

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I harvested my first rhubarb from a plant I started last year....made sauce and added some fresh strawberries...yum!

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Just got the first apricots of the season.

Cherry tomatoes are going to overwhelm me pretty soon. And carrots - so many carrots!

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Hi Girls,
I'm a newbe to the gardeners and also to vege gardening. My husband just built a raised bed garden for me and we put in broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, zuccini, cucumbers, onions, peppers, asparagus, and tomatoes. Watermelon and herbs are going in this weekend. I'm in North GA so we mixed the clay with sand and Natures Helper. Hope this will be a good start. Fingers crossed.. We have done tomatoes every year but this is our first real garden. Does anyone know if you can use any kind of cucumbers for pickles.

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I'm in zone 9b (Phoenix, AZ).

While we CAN grow stuff all year 'round - summer is HARD. We get about 8" of rain a YEAR here so we need to be really cognizant of water usage too. This next month will be a mad rush to prep the yard for 4 months of hell! LOL. Mulch, mulch, mulch, shadecloth, mulch, mulch...

Hey - at least I'm burnin' calories!

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4/18/11 1:06 P

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I envy those of you with longer growing seasons! What zones are you in to have so much produce already? emoticon

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Snacked on a mesquite pod while I was outside feeding the hens. Those things are like candy!

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Sparkbirdy you must live in a warm area to have so many fruits and vegtables ready for harvest. Our tomato vines are just now flowering also the fruit trees still have flowers. The only plants that are ready to pick so far are spinach and lettuce. We do live up in the mountains and have had snow as late as 2 weeks ago. The lettuce and spinach survived the snow. The tomato plants are growing in the greenhouse.

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Herbs....and Tomatoes are on the vines!! emoticon

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Sparkbirdy - your list actually provoked my saliva glands!! emoticon

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Oh, and I forgot, sweet potatoes. That sure was a surprise.

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lemons, strawberries, blueberries, broccoli, leeks, kale, collards, onion, celery, fennel, artichoke, peas, radishes, dill, oregano, beets, spinach, mustard, lemon balm, thyme, parsley, brussel sprouts and bok choy.

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A few days ago I planted some tomato and bell pepper seeds and I am shocked to see that they are growing already! I am new to growing stuff so this is an experiment for me and it is FUN!!! emoticon emoticon

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"Sparrow guts" - LOL!

Just grazed on some nasturtium flowers. Went out there to get a few leaves to spice up my spinach and lettuce and just kept poppin' flowers. Did you know that during the depression, people ground nasturtium seeds to replace pepper? Gotta love nature.

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Lucky you Jen!

I have asparagus - or as my husband calls it....."sparrow guts"! emoticon

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Woo hoo CFELTS!

We have warm/hot season crops in now.

I have 4 purple bell peppers that I watch every day to see when they're ready (not obsessive or anything am I??) Billions of flowers on the tomatoes and some small fruit.

Still harvesting lettuce and carrots and 3 green onions I didn't even know were there! And FLOWERS - so many flowers!

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I have 12+ sunflowers and 24+ radishes in a self watering tub. My brocolli and kale are ready to move from germinating into home-made jiffy pots. My potato's, onions and garlic are in the ground. The sunflowers would be in the ground but winds were over 30mph. My snow peas are getting sprouted in a masonry jar. They should be ready day after tommorrow. I started an avocado seed soaking in an attempt to get roots started. Anyhow this is my 1st garden since I was a child. I recently started drinking green juice and I am so motivated to grow my own food.





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We still have a few loquats on the tree and our bib lettuce is perfect right now. One bloom on the yellow squash...so we should have one of those soon!!

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In Iowa - just forsythia twigs and dreams...... emoticon

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Well - I am harvesting the last of the Bloomsdale (curly and yummy) spinach today. It has started to bolt in our recent bout with record breaking highs.

I'm gonna miss that spinach.

On the other hand, the hens get all the "remains" after I glean off the leaves I want. They are in hen heaven.

And now I have room for eggplants.

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I feel 'ya Jen. Here in Fl, we don't get much in the summer either and unfortunately we had a winter that went below freezing several times that killed much of the winter veggies. We are already eating lettuce, carrots, peas, loquats and the one broccoli that survived. We too have sun shades in the hopes of extending the life of our garden this summer. We have a few tomatoes popping up on our plants but I think we started them a bit late. The cherry tomatoes tend to do much better than the larger varieties and we planted them near the fence this year so they will have more shade.

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Well yesterday was our first 100 degree day here in Phoenix - the 2nd earliest 100 degree day on record. Ugh.

Harvesting butter lettuce leaves before they bolt! I have more carrots than I know what to do with (if you have good carrot recipes - let me know). Spinach is on it's way out but the tomatoes and peppers have tons of flowers. Planted basil (grows like a weed and will be 4 ft tall) and armenian cukes yesterday. Still have to plant cantaloup and eggplants and maybe okra. I like okra fine but I am allergic to the hairs on the stems and always end up itching like mad after picking - which you have to do daily here (so much okra!).

My fruit hedge is doing well - peaches and nectarines are about the size of a quarter. Plums, apricots, almonds, apriums and pluots are still pretty tiny. Eating the last of the tangelos and oranges. And I have ONE kumquat. Maybe if I'm not too full after lunch, I'll eat it - LOL!

I envy you guys who are just coming up on a fabulous growing season. We are already prepping shade cloth and deep mulching to protect against our fierce AZ sun. Come July the toms and peppers will be done and the eggplants will be waning. Then its armenian cukes, melons and okra until Oct/Nov when it cools off enough for leaf veggies again.

Enjoy the great weekend everyone!

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This is the only broccoli that survived the winter freeze. Check out my page..you'll have to "friend" me to see it. We ate this with dinner last night. So delicious. We also have loquats right now. I made a cobbler which was great with low fat frozen yogurt.

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Yep - gardening in Phoenix takes some time and effort. We only get 8" of rain a yr and our soil has only 2% organic matter. Spent 2 yrs just building soil and growing cover crops every other season (we have four per yr). Had to figure out the water harvesting too - it can break the bank if you let it. Now I have tons of volunteers or plants that winter over yr after yr like eggplants and peppers. I can count on tomatoes, eggplants, squash and melons to reseed. EVERYWHERE!

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Well, I got a running start. My garden has been going for about 6 years now, and many of my plants grow themselves. A friend just gave me some windows, so I am going to build a mini-greenhouse to start my seedlings. Maybe you can do a mini-greenhouse, too.

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HMMMMM, what is wrong with this picture? You are harvesting more in February than I can in September. Right now I am home bound by "The Blizzard of the Century." When I retire (8-10 years hopefully) I am going to have to move south somewhere. emoticon

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This week its celery, fennel, turnips, beets, kale, chard, collards, endive, lettuce, arugala, mache, leeks, onion, herbs.

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Here in Phoenix I'm harvesting broccoli, spinach, cauliflower, baby carrots, radishes,snow peas, tangelos, 3 blood oranges LOL, oranges. Tomatoes got frozen, alas!

Oh! And eggs, now that the girls have decided to lay again. Molting...so much molting! Goofball hens!

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I want to live where you guys live! I am harvesting snow balls and icicles! So jealous emoticon

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Starting to get the first spears of asparagus. Most have not made it into the kitchen, too good just munched raw. emoticon

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Does anyone know how to tell baby beets from red baby swiss chard? I have volunteers of both. I'd like to use most of the chard as salad additions while it is still small, but prefer to let the beets get to eating size, I don't need most of the space they are in until tomato time.

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Lettuce, collard greens, radishes and some bunching onions.

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Had a hard frost last night. I've got peppers and salad growing in my aerogarden (they are just starting to flower), but outside gardening has come to an end this year.

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we have had a few hard frosts, and a decent amount of snoe the last few days, but I found a couple lonely jalapanos that were still good today on one of the sheltered plants

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Oh, I envy those still harvesting tomatoes! We've had a couple hard frosts already. But I'm getting lots of collard greens and still hoping for brussels sprouts.

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I was pleasantly surprised to find a nice crop of string beans out in my neglected fall garden yesterday. Yum!

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All sorts of greens, onions, sunchokes, peppers, asparagus, lettuce, purslane, celery, fennel, parsley, chicory, leeks, beets, tomatoes and winter squash.

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still have kale, broccoli, leeks and carrots. I am going to see how long I can keep the Kale growing

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leaves - (could not resist) ask me next year

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swiss chard and butternut squash... a little basil and chives left... tomatoes are done..

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digging up potatoes, picking kale, fennel, kohl rabi

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ideas and plans for next year...current temp 34

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I've harvest malibar spinach (which BTW, I should have lots of seeds coming), lemon grass for tea, chives, and estafiate. It's a good feeling to use stuff that you are growing. I did some cuttings from my tomatoe plant and they took! Also, my pepper plant was repotted and is doing way better with another soil type I bought. I'm excited.

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Just okra and basil. I hope next year I'll have a larger and more varied crop.

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Pumpkins that I didn't plant..they are beautiful!! Came out of my compost bin. emoticon

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Yesterday's harvest basket contained tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, beets, carrots, corn, peppers.
I also harvested and am drying oregano, basil, thyme and rosemary today.

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