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Re: What is wrong
  • Subject: Re: What is wrong
  • From: james singer <inlandjim1@q.com>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2010 09:38:29 -0800

Ocotillo, one of my favorite desert plants. There were a lot of them blooming around Tucson when I came through there a couple of years ago.

On Feb 19, 2010, at 9:15 AM, Johnson, Cyndi D Civ USAF AFMC 95 CS/ SCOSI wrote:

Hang on all, better weather is coming!
Last week in this bit of So Cal it was our usual false spring with temps in the 70s. I rototilled almost the entire veggie garden last Saturday - two plots of 15'x 45' - that was fun. Got a couple of nice blisters from
my death grip on the rototiller and turned up way too many June bug
larva, but the chickens really liked that. I planted my onions and peas.
This year I am growing Candy onions, they did great for me the year
before last, and trying Texas Sweet onions for fun. I sowed Oregon Giant
snow peas and Sugar Sprint snap peas. My tomatoes and peppers are
sprouting in the greenhouse. We also planted the 4 bare-root fruit trees
I got via mail-order. I replaced two dead peach trees and also got a
pomegranate and a pear, haven't grown either of those before.
We left for Arizona on Monday and spent a few days riding in the desert.
Oh it was green out there! They must have had good rain too because
there is a fuzz of green everywhere. The ocotillo are all leafed out,
the palo verde and mesquite are almost there. No flowers to speak of
yet, we saw a couple ocotillos blooming and one lonely California poppy
which my horse tried to step on but missed. I'd like to try growing
ocotillo again in my dry garden, I had one but it died in the Big Freeze
a few years ago.
Today is very windy and we are supposed to get a little rain. One of our
apricot trees is in bloom, I think it's jumped the gun a bit. A few
daffodils are blooming and there are fat buds on many more, but some are barely up so I'm hoping for a long bloom season. I am volunteering at a horse event Saturday but if the weather is at all decent on Sunday I'll
be out weeding.


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On
Behalf Of andreah
Sent: Friday, February 12, 2010 6:44 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: [CHAT] What is wrong

With this picture? It is SNOWING here. We're supposed to get 1-3 inches
tonight, which I know to most of you is nothing. However, this is an
extremely rare occurrence down here in the deep coastal south. It's
but D#%N I'm sick of being cold!!!! It hasn't reached 60 degrees here
this month, and that is our normal temp in the day time.

I can't even believe it. I am interested to see how the dogs react when
go out in the morning. LOL!


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