Tyler Ludens wrote:I just bought some dried White Mulberries. Do you think they might grow if planted?
If it works well I might plant tomato plants during Autumn each year rather than Spring. We go through stress for 'economic efficiency' (plant spinach instead so that you double your crops in the same space), but less efficient methods can be much more enjoyable and easier.
Tim Kivi wrote:A tomato plant that grew from a supermarket seed in compost has survived my entire Adelaide winter despite nights dropping to 3 degrees C/ 37 F. ....
If it works well I might plant tomato plants during Autumn each year rather than Spring.
Sonja Draven wrote:You all are so enthusiastic! I'm excited to try some of this. Especially using bean mix for ground cover crop. I will be getting some from Bob's next time I'm there and using it for sure.
I bought some squash from a local pumpkin patch and want to save the seeds to plant next year (although I can't see planting them all - I got so many). I rinsed them and have them drying now. Do I keep them in a jar in the cupboard? Freezer or fridge?
Sonja Draven wrote:Those are gorgeous, Joseph! I hope they are hardy for you.
Thanks for the replies, all. I will go the freezer route since it is really hard in the PNW to keep anything consistently dry. Is it okay to preserve/keep all seeds in the freezer?
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Joseph Lofthouse wrote:As a followup regarding the hardy kiwi that I transplanted into the field recently. Something (mammal I think) destroyed every plant. I'm looking forward to watching the local grocery store for more fruits.