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Old 04-11-2014, 02:34 PM  
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***The Official 2014 Gardening Thread***

So what is everyone planting this year? Trying anything new or different? I've already got potatoes in the ground and I'm trying an herb garden this year. I've started cilantro, oregano, and basil in planter pots from seed and will transfer to a 55 gallon drum cut in half length wise and laid on its side with drain holes.

Overall I'm going with tomatoes, green beans, peppers(jalapeņo/bell), broccoli, lettuce, and the aforementioned potatoes.
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Old 04-11-2014, 02:36 PM   #2
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Old 04-11-2014, 02:36 PM   #3
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The garlic I planted last spring failed. I knew to plant it in the fall prior but I had just moved and didn't get it in. Last weekend I went out to look at the garden and that damn garlic had shot up and was growing really strongly. I pulled one up and sure as shit it rooted really good over the winter. So I should have some real nice garlic this June.
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Old 04-11-2014, 02:54 PM   #4
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Not doing a garden this year. With the n00b and having to drive out to it we decided against it this year.
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Old 04-11-2014, 03:23 PM   #5
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Most of it's in varying stages of indoor growth right now. With maybe one or two exceptions, nothing's going into the ground until May.
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Old 04-11-2014, 04:07 PM   #6
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i have a pomagranite tree, a cherry tree, a plum tree and a tangerine tree. Cherries are already coming out for this year. Also, have cherry tomatoes, bell peppers, going to try some sugar cane too. WE have a grape vine also, but that shit hasnt given us any grapes, i may have to plant it in a different area.



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Old 04-11-2014, 04:35 PM   #7
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I brought home some whiskey barrels and I want to do a whiskey barrel garden. Any advice from the CP pros?
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Old 04-11-2014, 05:59 PM   #8
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gonna put some asparagus in the ground this year. from what i've read it needs good drainage and i'll reap the reward in 2 to 3 years.

trying a potato box this year (think of a tiered tire system). and of course towmaters out the wazu!
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Old 05-10-2014, 09:59 PM   #9
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I'm bumping this shit. I wanna do some easy to grow stuff in pots down here in Phoenix. From my research it seems peppers and cucumbers are the easy ones to start with in our hot climate. I've never done any gardening in my life.
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Old 05-10-2014, 10:11 PM   #10
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I've grown a lot of peppers here over the years, they love the sun and heat so they should do real good down there. I like the Anaheims, we stuff them with chorizo and cream cheese. Did jalapenos and pickled them for years but I don't have the ambition for that anymore, it's a lot of work. My mom started a bunch for me this year, I need to get them in the ground before they die. No idea what they are, guess I'll just be surprised when they come up. As long as they're not bell peppers, I hate those ****ing things.
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Old 05-10-2014, 10:12 PM   #11
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I'm bumping this shit. I wanna do some easy to grow stuff in pots down here in Phoenix. From my research it seems peppers and cucumbers are the easy ones to start with in our hot climate. I've never done any gardening in my life.
Just keep the cucumbers off the ground (I learned that the hard way), make sure your plants have enough water, and make sure you don't fry them in the containers, and you should be good. You might want to try summer squash, too, since it's an easy grow.
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My first group of tomatoes, eggplant and cucumbers went into the ground today. More will go in tomorrow, along with peppers, lettuces and (hopefully) tomatillos. Squashes are going in next week or the week after.
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I've grown a lot of peppers here over the years, they love the sun and heat so they should do real good down there. I like the Anaheims, we stuff them with chorizo and cream cheese. Did jalapenos and pickled them for years but I don't have the ambition for that anymore, it's a lot of work. My mom started a bunch for me this year, I need to get them in the ground before they die. No idea what they are, guess I'll just be surprised when they come up. As long as they're not bell peppers, I hate those ****ing things.
Thanks Bug-nasty. It's only the wife and I in our house and she doesn't eat veggies so these are all for me. I look for Anaheims but I like spicy and the wife doesn't so I'm not sure what I'd do with a bunch of spicy peppers.

I was thinking bell peppers because I like those sauteed, raw or in salads. I could eat them everyday. Sorry man. I'll make sure to have something else growing when you come to visit.

I'm planting these in a container. Any experience with that? 5 gallon out to do it I think or maybe even smaller since I don't need a big yield.

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Just keep the cucumbers off the ground, make sure your plants have enough water, and make sure you don't fry them in the containers, and you should be good. You might want to try summer squash, too, since it's an easy grow.
Yea both are going in pots so definitely off the ground. Easy to move to patio if the hot ass AZ sun starts scorching them which I heard can happen pretty easily here.
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Thanks Bug-nasty. It's only the wife and I in our house and she doesn't eat veggies so these are all for me. I look for Anaheims but I like spicy and the wife doesn't so I'm not sure what I'd do with a bunch of spicy peppers.

I was thinking bell peppers because I like those sauteed, raw or in salads. I could eat them everyday. Sorry man. I'll make sure to have something else growing when you come to visit.

I'm planting these in a container. Any experience with that? 5 gallon out to do it I think or maybe even smaller since I don't need a big yield.



Yea both are going in pots so definitely off the ground. Easy to move to patio if the hot ass AZ sun starts scorching them which I heard can happen pretty easily here.
The more soil the better. More soil = more water holding capacity, which you need.

When inwas doing it in pots I used range buckets they use for mineral for cows. Worked well.
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