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I keep hearing to plant peas on St Pat's day, so I'm going to try it.

Dh came back from the nursery with a flier saying,

Thaw to early march-cold season
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broccoli. cabbage, kohlrabi, onion, lettuce, soft neck garlic, peas radish, spinach, turnips, brussel sprouts

I'm going through my seeds and going to try planting, will see what happens.
 
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When the weather is warmer than usual for a couple of days it puts me in the mood to plant. Thanks for your post as I planted cold weather crops early like they should be planted and it worked great. I usually plant lettuce too late and it bolts.
 

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I started some lettuce and transplanted outside yesterday, under the small greenhouse tent. Just bought 2 more tents for this weekend planting; broccoli, radishes, peas, etc. Hubby said, why don't you buy another tent? so I did, 2 in fact. Can hardly wait to play in the dirt.
 
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