Re: [gardeners] new to group

Janni (
Sat, 23 Feb 2002 18:59:59 -0600

It was 71 today. I did a little yard work and will do some tomorrow. 
Getting the garden ready would be a lost cause!! I am hoping that by Friday 
we will be well on our way to spring.

Ed is building a really neat shed. Mostly for his drywall tools. Then he is 
going to build me a garden shed. THEN sometime in April, we will be 
building a new house, replacing this outdated, about to fall apart, 
literally, mobile home. We have had our land since '95 and this mh longer, 
it is time for something bigger and better. Good thing he is in construction!


At 03:03 PM 2/23/02 -0600, you wrote:
>Our last frost date was supposed to be 02/18 but we frost on the rooftops 
>this morning. Looks like
>another weird year.
>Mantis tiller bogged down today on the 12-18 inch rye grass in the main 
>garden so Miz Anne is weed
>eating it right now and we will try again. I think the soil is also a bit 
>wet from our 4 inches of
>rain a few days ago.
>I did finish insulating the garage and am now ready to put the base 
>cabinets in and screw them in
>place and then start putting the pegboard up.
>Janni wrote:
> >
> > Welcome!!! We are having summer-like temps here in MO. Looks like that
> > arctic cold front will be here tomorrow night and we will be in the low
> > teens for lows and the 20's for highs all week, with a chance of flurries
> > Mon Tues Wed and snow Thurs and Fri. Then Spring!!! LOL
> >
> > Janni
> >
> >    At 07:05 PM 2/22/02 -0600, you wrote:
> > >Hi,
> > >    I just wanted to say hello.  I'm new to the group.  I love vegtable
> > >gardening.  I live in San Antonio Texas.  Where most of the year is 
> summer.
> > >
> > >CB