hillbillyfab wrote:Tomatoes are the one thing I always grow. No matter how big or small our garden patch is, tomatoes are my weakness. Can't stand them store bought, tough no flavor ones. If I only set 1 plant out, that's the one I can't do without.
DaveB wrote:let me know how the W-W onions work out.
I have this problem with onions. I generally never let them grow long enough. I love chomping on spring onions flavored with a touch of salt.
I have had a lot of trouble getting onions to germinate and when I do get success, like 1 out of 20 or 30, I eat them.
The sets are different, those are reliable but not tasty and can bolt in a heartbeat.
pressfit wrote:I raise my last garden each year... it's way cheaper to buy at the farmers market.. then when spring rolls around I'm back out there turning it up.. bought a Troybilt horse the other day ,had to cut a tree limb to get it, been sitting outside for years.. bout got it ready!! Lol
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