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|11-08-2012 06:10 PM|
Too much... just find something you like but can't find and I'll sniff it out.
I grow these little red/black chili peppers that are burning hot, native to Vietnam or whatever, I LOVE them. You can only find them dried in supermarkets, never fresh.
Asian coriander is another favorite herb of mine, but is very common.
|11-07-2012 05:24 PM|
|KING JAMES||Started out by double digging (with a little green compost mixed into the bottom layer) and followed that up with companion planting and had the best harvest I have ever had this year.|
|11-07-2012 04:58 PM|
Originally Posted by AVN View Post
But I will look into it. I have a lot of asian supermarkets here in NYC so it might not be necessary but thanks for the offer. BTW what would you recommend?
|11-06-2012 07:35 PM|
HAHAHA!! Dude that totally made my day, thanks for that.
I'm trying to be less open about it, Mods already warned me about inappropriate content so many times, I don't want to get another warning. I guess I'm just too inappropriate for the more conservative types. But who is to judge what is inappropriate? Here, it's normal.
|11-06-2012 07:19 PM|
Originally Posted by AVN View Post
|11-06-2012 06:50 PM|
I have a garden, but disclosing such information might get the DEA on my rear end. I try to avoid composting, it's great but I've never been able to stomach the smell. Coffee grinds and banana peels help, but not much.
Are you looking for any plants in particular? I know there are some Asian herbs that you can't find anywhere in NY, I have them all here in the supermarkets in CA, I'll regenerate them and mail them over if you want anything in particular.
Do indoor or underwater gardens count? I've been trying aquaponics, growing my plants in a floating pot in my fish tank, it's working great, but until harvest time I can't really tell which is the better method.
|11-06-2012 05:54 PM|
|snuffy317||+ 1 on J. BAKERS square foot gardening. Walking planks across the center and conduit trellis' on 2 sides for climbing vines. An amazing amount of produce from such a compact area, unlimited options. Snuffy317|
|11-06-2012 03:58 AM|
Oh thanks but its okay. I have been collecting my hamsters bedding and planed on composting that. Just been busy and haven't gotten the chance to touch the garden yet.
I'm going to get some of the plants for you and grow it indoors for now. Who knows? Maybe mines is more hardy and might work better. Or at the very least, some insurance just in case.
|11-04-2012 01:21 PM|
Originally Posted by dr.tran View Post
Do you want any rabbit manure for the garden still? I'll start collecting so you'll have a nice clean pile by next week. Oh, and by the way, I'd like to biy a moina starter culture from you.
|11-04-2012 02:38 AM|
I was trying to get you some mint but it looks like the storm already took some.
I can still get you some if you like. It might not look pretty but they are tough and will bounce back. I just wish I knew what mint this is. Can't tell if its peppermint or not.
|10-26-2012 03:27 AM|
Originally Posted by drewsuf82 View Post
|10-25-2012 10:14 PM|
|drewsuf82||I'm getting ready to fill my planters with new dirt (first time in 4 years since I've changed it) and will be planting some veggies, the growing season's hitting here in FL|
|10-25-2012 09:55 PM|
|mistergreen||I dug into the bottom of my compost the other day. I have black gold. The stuff looks amazing. The egg shells are still in tact.. It's best to pulverize the darn thing.|
|10-25-2012 05:12 PM|
Originally Posted by chibikaie View Post
|10-24-2012 03:15 AM|
|GraphicGr8s||Mach six, try using the wire for concrete reinforcing. I've built so many from one roll. Openings are about 4x4 or 6x6. easy to get your hand in to grab the harvest.|
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