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Old 05-15-2016, 12:17 PM   #12
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Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Northcentral rural Arkansas, usa
pawprint oh well ...so much for bok choy

...mine bolted last week, and the base of the things never got thick, like the ones shown on the internet, it was just some free seed experiment.grow your own veggies, tell us about yours-100_2722.jpg

But the romaine & spinach are doing well, I'll probably have to start harvesting it in earnest in a few more days.

I just planted some carrot seed next to the bok choy, again 'free seed' ...so maybe this year I'll get some carrots. Today I also thru in some 'chives' seed in a little spot over by wild onion spot...haha

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ps. see that shovel over there...and a little tree coming up, I think it is one of the paw paw seeds that sprouted (I collected a few last fall on my place), and...I planted some 'green pecans' in the same row, as soon as they fell off the tree last year (I collected them around town), and even tho they haven't broken the heavy mulch surface like the paw paw did, I did find 2 sprouting roots & stems! (with a little digging around)~~~~so I'm looking forward to these little trees, the squirrels got in there several times during the winter, and I'm hoping they didn't wreck too many of the pecans I planted last fall, but I know they got some of them.
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