Cerbiesmom
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I'll look at my seed packet when I get home. I hope I like soybeans, bc it looks like I'll be getting a bunch.

Cerbiesmom
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It said its disoy.

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Looking good, CM.

Ted, good luck with commandeering the flower bed. Another trick, though somewhat sneaky, is to "accidentally" let a few vegetable seeds go in the flower bed :wink:.

Though their survival would depend on your wife's weeding habits.
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garden5 wrote:Looking good, CM.

Ted, good luck with commandeering the flower bed. Another trick, though somewhat sneaky, is to "accidentally" let a few vegetable seeds go in the flower bed :wink:.

Though their survival would depend on your wife's weeding habits.
Accidentally that's funny. I broadcasted basil and this and that and planted garlic, onions, swiss chard in about every one on of my flower beds this year.

Next year will be bigger, yes I have a problem.

Call 1-800-Gardenaholics for help.

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ssssshhhhhhhh! Don't speak so loudly. My wife is on the other side of the room and she is telepathic. I don't want her to know my plans for her flower bed next spring.

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