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It's very exciting! Almost everything in the garden has started to come up, the onions, broccoli, carrots, spinach, lettuce are all growing. The green onions have not come up yet. We bought some strawberry and jalapeno pepper plants and two tomato plants. We still have some tomato plants and okra in the house growing in containers that will go out this weekend.
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Oh, and a cilantro plant, we bought a cilantro plant.
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Tomato plants starting to come up from seed, but nights are still too cold to plant them in the unheated greenhouse.   10 degrees (C) of frost last night, and the coming night is going to be worse. 

The garden will have to wait until April before I get on with this year's "annual preps".
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Our days have been in the high 50's, 60's, 70's and even some 80's already. Our nights are in the 40's.
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Asparagus is up! Ate a few spears last night with a creamy white wine, cheese sauce! Heavenly!
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arirish, sounds yummy!
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Penham - I love this time of year (except for my Allergies)! Lettuce, spinach, asparagus, sugar snaps, Kohlrabi and it's just the start! I feel sorry for those that don't know the joy of a garden! Too many people have only eaten a fast food tomato, they don't know the pleasure of an heirloom!    
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