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Postby pickerandsinger » Sun May 24, 2015 5:47 am

Had a frost here (29 degrees) yesterday morning….Looks like everything is ok save for a couple of the wife's butterfly bushes..Lucky as they predicted 37 so I did not expect 29 for sure....Suppossed to be nice this week so looks like planting is in order…. :{_}: Dave
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Re: Cool night

Postby Jack » Mon May 25, 2015 7:39 am

we had a freeze here Friday over night also, I covered everything I had in the ground but lost my sweet potatoes, and some flowers
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Postby SONNY » Sat May 30, 2015 6:56 pm

Got our sweet taters Thursday noon and went to work planting them.---got 300 in by 10 pm,--got the other 200 in Friday just as the big storm hit,---its still coming down,---I think we got right at 3 inches as of today, Total plant count is 549, so hope they grow!
only got 2 rows of onions weeded and 1 row of cabbage and celery weeded. wanted to do more cultivating but rain put a stop to that. Weeds sure went wild with all that rain.
Virginia picked 1 of the ripe maters in the front room window!---looks like 3 or 4 more about ripe in there so cant really move the plants out to the garden! thanks; sonny

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