Howmany of you started planting seeds? what variety of seeds?

United States
April 10, 2007 12:58pm CST
Hello everybody, TOday I found time to plant my seeds.I kept them in warm place.Wow I can't wait to see the warm weather,still having cold weather.I planted okra,brinjal,marigold,tamatoe,basil and beans.what about you guys?
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@CatNPK (461)
• United States
10 Apr 07
I've planted the leafy greens and some root veggies, as well as flower bulbs, outside. Inside I have about 10 different kinds of veggies going.
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@gewcew23 (8011)
• United States
10 Apr 07
I wish I could plant some seeds. We went from being in the 70's and 80's to being in the 20's. I am just glad that I hadn't planted them yet. I wish this weather would make up its mind.
• United States
10 Apr 07
I'm in Texas so we got to plant our gardens quite a few weeks back. In the veggie garden we planted 3 different tomatoes with marigolds around them to help ward off the buggies, red and yellow bell peppers, okra, zuchini, jalapenos, a cabbage for my son's school project, radishes, and yellow onions. Around the base of our tree we sowed bluebonnets. In the flower garden I threw out a mixture of butterfly flowers, two different wild flower mixes, and more bluebonnets. In the herb section we put chamomile, chocolate mint, apple mint, spearmint, lavender, and parsley. Just the other day we thought for sure we'd lose it all because of a freak snow storm! We couldn't believe getting inches of snow in Texas in April! Just before we were enjoying very warm spring weather running around in shorts and even taking our first (cold) swim of the season!! It looks like everything came through it ok though.
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@Caila611 (992)
• United States
11 Apr 07
So far I have started planters in my house of Cherry Tomatos, Rosemary, Basil, Thyme, Mint, Cantaloupe, Artichoke, Serrano Peppers, and Parsley. I have Corn, lettuce, garlic, cucumer, pumpkin, sunflowers, and squash to plant this weekend. I can't wait to eat the stuff. YUMMY!
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• United States
11 Apr 07
Yeah I know its very fun eating our own grown veggies and fruits.I love to plant the seeds and like watching them whole day...lol
@cool1girl (248)
• India
11 Apr 07
I have planted lemon seeds.Tiny plants came out which was so exciting to see...I usually multiply climbers and pay a lot of attention to my exsisting plants!
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• United States
11 Apr 07
Wow that sounds interesting.I got an idea from you to plant lemon seeds.I will try that.
• United States
10 Apr 07
I've planted quite a bit so far. I have corn, zuchinni, yellow quash, peppers, peas, green beans, and broccali in the vegetable garden. In the herb garden, I have planted mint, thyme, dill, lavender, sage, and rosemary. I am hoping to get out this afternoon and plant onions, carrots, lettuce, and some flowers. I love this time of year.
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• United States
11 Apr 07
I live in the pacific northwest so it is not warm enough to plant much outside. As soon as the rain lets up a bit (maybe by the end of the week) I will be direct sowing some greens, and peas. I have tomatoes, cauliflower, chives, basil, brussels sprouts, artichokes, cabbage, head lettuce, and edamame all started indoors though! I just LOVE watching the plants grow and I can't wait to start eating them! I will be starting the squash and cukes indoors in a couple of weeks also. Yumm! Happy gardening!