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    Seeds that were started about 1.5 months ago in the basement were transplanted this past weekend!

    Cabbage, kale and brussel sprouts are now all outdoors in the garden. They have company with the little lettcue and radish seedlings that we started in a grow box as well.

    Peppers and tomatoes are still in the basement under lights, but the cold weather crops are offically in the ground.

    Saw some little flowers in the neighbors yards as well, so spring is definately coming (technical friday of course) but we've had such a mild winter this year might as well get into spring.

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    my cabbage seedlings will be going in the ground next week! along with some lettuce. Then the following week my peas will be going in. I have to get the trellis up. I started my tomatoes and peppers this past sunday. they should be ready to go at the end of april.
    My crocus are up and blooming. My forsythia looks to need another week (?maybe) of warm temps and it will bloom. Spring is definitely trying her best to win the battle against old man Winter!

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    ohhhh...so jealous.....still a little early here in indiana...we still have the frost threat....but the 'babies' are in the garage...ready to get out there and spread their little legs......

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    I totally gave up on my seedlings. I was either over watering/not enough light/or too little water.

    Congrats on the babies making it outside!!!

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    I am wanting to get my cold crops out. Still kind of early so I am trying to use restraint. Nothing worse than losing a crop to frost because you get impatient. Been there and done that unfortunately.

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    Congratulations on getting your garden going with your own transplants!

    the ground is still frozen underneath here, but I did get to get out & dig a little the past few days.

    It's great to be on the down side of winter & heading into spring. there are daffodil, crocus & iris poking up. amazing how they come up through the frozen ground.

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    Way to go! you're way ahead to me, going to plant this weekend.
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    My crocuses came up and were just starting to bloom when they were crushed by a heavy wet snow. But the daffodils are fine.

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    Congrats!
    I'm so far south that I have seedlings coming up from direct sowing. I have corn, squash, & snap pole beans coming up right now. I'm waiting until mid-april to put the tomatoes & peppers out, but I just realized I've dilly-dallied around too much & it's too late to start my egg-plant from seed.

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    Isn't it wonderful to plant something you've nutured and brought to fruition? Just gives you the warm fuzzies or at least it does me! I've got Pepper plants that will go out in mid April that I've babied along. Good job!

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    got a little bit to go still here south of ya. I am waiting until a little later. But I will send most of mys tuff out into a cold frame real soon.

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