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jal_ut
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Location: Northern Utah Zone 5

Time to plant?

I know some of you are already planting. I won't be doing much for another two weeks. I did sow a few onion seeds today.

I shared this with you last year, but thought you might like to see it again, or if not its for the newcomers.

[url=https://donce.lofthouse.com/jamaica/planting/planting.htm]Planting the Garden[/url]
Gardening at 5000 feet elevation, zone 4/5 Northern Utah, Frost free from May 25 to September 8 +/-

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ozark_rocks
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Location: Arkansas

:D Cool. You have a beautiful garden spot. Thanks for sharing.

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Duh_Vinci
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Gorgeous views, no matter how many times I've seen the photos, still, captivating!

Planting - scrambling for time during the week, will be planting spinach, chard, onions, broccoli raab and leeks this Saturday. I miss the feel of soil so much!

Happy gardening to all!

Regards,
D

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farmerlon
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Location: middle Tennessee

We're finally getting a break in the rain, hopefully for the next 7+ days. I will be trying to "harden off" and plant some more cool season transplants this week.
I've been starting the transplants for tomatoes, peppers, and such... but it's another 4 to 6 weeks before I will begin putting those into the garden.

Des_WA
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Gorgeous pictures, what a view!

I want to get planting this weekend; my onion sets arrived and my early broccoli and onions from seed are hardened off - but this rain! It's been unrelenting here for about 2 weeks. Temps are great for planting but the precipitation is not... I resorted to covering my potato and onion beds to try and let them dry out a bit and I'm hoping to get a gap in the rain to plant this weekend.... we'll see! The joys of sping Puget Sound!
Desiree
Gardening east of Seattle in the Cascade foothills

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