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Elsa
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Here we go, people!
Last year, Jilly, gave me some of these... Mammoth Melting Peas. Hardy and Prolific! Planting them again. I think they'll go in the ground in just a few weeks.

#yay

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Oh!  And this is nutty (to me). I still have parsley from last year. In fact, I made chimichurri to go with dinner tonight.

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They look like Snow Pea Pods.  I bet they're really tender. I love beans like that in stir fry.

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Master gardener, Mr. H. says these are the best seeds:

https://livingstonseed.info/

I was told to put the seeds in the "sproutin' cup", 20th of April, then plant in ground on May 10th.  These are instructions for patty pan squash!

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Planted peas, kale and swiss chard (seed). Also my neighbor turned part of my (enclosed) garden over (surprise) so I put in some romaine lettuce and cauliflower (seedlings).  It's a little early / risky, but being a Colorado gardener in my previous life, I know these seedlings are surprisingly hearty.

I also have cabbage and broccoli which I'll put in after the weekend (it's warming up). The garden space is not ready, but I do have them set out to harden off.

I'm really excited. I have no surgeries pending this year, lol. Smile

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