The Best of Christmas Sitcoms
Here are my top 10: (in no particular order)
All 3 M*A*S*H Christmas episodes they made:
Death Takes a Holiday
The Bob Newhart Show:
His Busiest Time
I'm Dreaming of a...
Tips for Buying a Fresh Tree
I will do that fresh cut of the trunk.....that was my problem last Christmas.....the tree lost so many needles....even tho it was fresh....the problem was....since I didn´t cut the trunk....the tree...
I have never heard of it, but, I see the logic in it. However could be a nightmare of physically getting in between the rows to pick the corn. If you do that, post your results at the end of the summer or in the fall.
FYI, corn is a heavy feeder and likes fertilizer (IE...10-10-10). If you have pumpkins growing too early in your rows, then you will not be able to get your fertilizer in the ground without hurting the pumpkin vines/ runners...
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Later on today I am going to start tomatoes, peppers and a few other vegetables in milk jugs - should the weather turn bad again, they can stay out in the snow. That is according to a blog post I read - I am trying it for the first time this year
There seems a magic in the very name of Christmas ~ Charles Dickens
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So my garden is now tripled in size rototilled and the new fence is installed.To top it off I planted snow peas today hard to believe it is 80 degrees outside but it is I hope it cools down for a while peas like it cool.Garden season has begun!!!!!!!!!!
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For this area (Perry Hall, Maryland), my grandfather, who will be 94 this year was a farmer all his life, as well was his father and his grandfather and so on, has taught me to never put anything in the ground around here (like tomatoes, squash, corn, (summer plants), etc...) untill after the first week of May.
He always said that even though we may get those really warm days, old man winter may yet blow his last gasp at the end of April. And look, Lord behold... he was right on the money; its cold, damp, rainy and just nasty out right now. As a matter of fact, i'm going to put a fire in the fireplace tonight.
But, I must admit, by this weekend, Ill have the garden tilled and after the first week of May, there will be tomato plants planted in the ground.
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I wanted to post a pic of my giant pumpkin plant but every photo I take with my I-phone and try to upload it keeps telling me the file size is to big !!!!! Any way pumpkins are doing well so is everything else in the garden.I hope everyone else with a garden is having good luck.
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