Growing heirloom veggies

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Growing heirloom veggies

Postby comusher » Tue Jan 06, 2009 3:46 pm

I just discovered it is a great site to get some interesting heirloom seeds. My daughter loves to try the crazy new ones like purple potatoes and learn where they came from originally.

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Postby Regina Hogsten » Wed Feb 04, 2009 12:08 am

Thank you for the web site. I can't wait until spring - 6 more weeks. March is a teaser month. I like to be outside, but the weather is too windy and chilly. I am considering starting some seeds indoors, but I won't. I have too many other things to do. But, I will look through some catalogs on and off line. I like trying to grow different flowers or vegetables. The word is "trying". Sometimes, I am successful and others not. Last year, I tried growing arugula. Profuse. As long as I harvested small leaves, my family ate it without complaint. The larger the leaves, the more bitter. I did get them to eat "dirt lettuce" as my husband calls mesculin. He says store bought spring lettuce takes like dirt. (????)

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Postby Azcrabcakes » Sat Jan 18, 2014 1:26 pm

We just planted several heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers and spinach. We shall see! At this point, they are just spouts, from seedlings in old egg cartons.

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Postby Theodore » Thu Jan 30, 2014 7:47 pm

When I was a teen, I grew peas, tomatoes, and corn in the backyard. Yes, burying a fish does make corn grow much taller, though bury it deep enough so flies don't get to it! My first experiment produced a lot of nasty maggots.

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Postby tazy » Fri Nov 14, 2014 1:25 am

We are a family of 5. I can normally keep the grocery bill to around $400 (give or take a bit) a month (ok, number 5 is only 13 months old). But whenever my husband visits the grocery store he pushes our costs to around $500 a month....!!!
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