Have your periennals started to sprout yet?

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Sue
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Have your periennals started to sprout yet?

Post by Sue » Wed Apr 27, 2011 3:00 pm

I was wondering how people's gardens are progressing this spring. We are adding asperagus to our perennial edibles this year. How are everyone elses garden plans progressing?


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Re: Have your periennals started to sprout yet?

Post by Foxglove » Wed Apr 27, 2011 3:17 pm

The flower bed perennials are all doing really well. Rhubarb is smaller this year because of the cold wet spring, chives are out and we've been eating them already and the horseradish is starting to get leaves again. Until it stops raining and it gets warmer here on the west coast I won't be planting the vegetable garden before mid-May.

Beth

Re: Have your periennals started to sprout yet?

Post by Beth » Thu Aug 18, 2011 5:08 pm

good year for asparagus, rhubarb and garlic, not a perennial , but here I plant our hard neck verity it in the fall and pick end of july. Horse radish all dig up closer to fall. I'm also going to dig up some Jerusalem artichokes and give them a try. they say there like very starchy potato's.

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