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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #1
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Default I cant wait for spring.

A few pictures around the place, cant wait for spring.
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Very nice plants! I see you're from Ardmore... I have a few fond memories of the Lake Murray Field Trial Grounds near there.
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Hi ricman looks like you got a great start. Your plants look good
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Ricman, some of those plants look like they can't wait for spring too!

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Ricman, those tomato plants look great. I can't help but ask, what is the red flowering plant?
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Thanks for the kind words everyone.

Nan... Yes those larger tomato plants are headed for transplant and into the hoop house.

Salt...The small tree that is flowering is a dwarf peach tree with a bed of strawberry plants underneath.
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Those are some happy, healthy looking tomato plants you have there. Should hopefully mean you've got a great year in store in the garden.
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