tomato plants Jun 26, 2012

tomato plants Jun 26, 2012

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#1 Jun 30, 2012
Nice garden Lynne we have already been picking our veggies Tomatoes beans, green peppers and sweet red and yellow peppers and squash.I plant honey weeds.

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#2 Jun 30, 2012
Lynne plants look great and best of luck to her. My plants are behind Ava, except green beans. Tomatoes are small and green and looking forward in eating them when then are ripe. Best of luck to both ladies.

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#3 Jul 1, 2012
Thank you, Ava and Sam! We've already picked some zucchinni and the peppers are getting big enough to pick now too. Tomoatoes are still green, though!

Ava, what are honey weeds?

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#4 Jul 1, 2012
LynneB wrote:
Thank you, Ava and Sam! We've already picked some zucchinni and the peppers are getting big enough to pick now too. Tomoatoes are still green, though!
Ava, what are honey weeds?
Never heard of Honey weeds but I asked a local Southerner and they suggested A blunt with honey added for sweetness LOL I doubt that is what you are talking about.
Mary

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#5 Jul 1, 2012
AVA_AVA_AVA wrote:
<quoted text>Never heard of Honey weeds but I asked a local Southerner and they suggested A blunt with honey added for sweetness LOL I doubt that is what you are talking about.
So somebody told you that honey weeds was used for blunts so you planted some? Interesting!

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#6 Jul 1, 2012
I agree with Mary, and to all, a good night from Tippy and her fish and myself.
BPT

Moodus, CT

#7 Jul 2, 2012
LynneB wrote:
Thank you, Ava and Sam! We've already picked some zucchinni and the peppers are getting big enough to pick now too. Tomoatoes are still green, though!
Ava, what are honey weeds?
wow lynne, your plants look great!
they seem to be developing in early this year. do you use any supplements, like miracle grow?

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#8 Jul 2, 2012
Good Afternoon Everybody on this hot day.
honeyweeds

Naugatuck, CT

#9 Jul 2, 2012
Obama supporters thinking all their healthcare and gas and houses would be paid for.
the blue dress
No you are

Trenton, NJ

#10 Jul 2, 2012
Very nice!

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#11 Jul 2, 2012
BPT wrote:
<quoted text>wow lynne, your plants look great!
they seem to be developing in early this year. do you use any supplements, like miracle grow?
Thank you, BPT! Yes, Boyfriend swears by Miracle grow! But he only uses it once a week.

Reminds me of the joke about the married couple, when the husband says to his wife, "Maybe we should wash your clothes in Slimfast. It might take a couple of inches off your butt." She wasn't amused and decided not to let the comment go unrewarded. The next morning he pulled a pair of undies out of his drawer and said "What the hell?" when a small dust cloud appeared when he shook them. He hollered "why did you put talcum powder in my undies?" She replied "It's not talcum powder, it's miracle grow"

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#12 Jul 2, 2012
No you are wrote:
Very nice!
Thank you!:)
BPT

Moodus, CT

#13 Jul 2, 2012
LynneB wrote:
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Thank you, BPT! Yes, Boyfriend swears by Miracle grow! But he only uses it once a week.
Reminds me of the joke about the married couple, when the husband says to his wife, "Maybe we should wash your clothes in Slimfast. It might take a couple of inches off your butt." She wasn't amused and decided not to let the comment go unrewarded. The next morning he pulled a pair of undies out of his drawer and said "What the hell?" when a small dust cloud appeared when he shook them. He hollered "why did you put talcum powder in my undies?" She replied "It's not talcum powder, it's miracle grow"
looks like i should take a lesson from him. your plants are so much larger than mine.

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#14 Jul 2, 2012
BPT wrote:
<quoted text>looks like i should take a lesson from him. your plants are so much larger than mine.
But don't forget, he started them indoors at the end of January, beginning of February, around there, and the weather was warm in February so he started tilling the ground then. He put them in the ground in the beginning of May, so they had a head start.
No you are

Trenton, NJ

#15 Jul 2, 2012
LynneB wrote:
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Thank you!:)
You're welcome, my husband will be quite jealous when I show him. He's very proud that his one plant has 4 tomato's
whole foods

Naugatuck, CT

#16 Jul 2, 2012
Fresh and easy.

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#17 Jul 2, 2012
Mary wrote:
<quoted text>So somebody told you that honey weeds was used for blunts so you planted some? Interesting!
It amazes me that some people read a comment and then change everything around.I guess I chalk it up to some people can't comprehend what is written.Let me explain it so maybe you can understand.Lynne asked me if I know what honeyweeds were.I did not have a clue.I asked someone who is a born Southerner.They did not have any idea what they wee either, but made a joke saying maybe it is a blunt with honey added. Now does anyone know what they are?

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#18 Jul 2, 2012
Mary wrote:
<quoted text>So somebody told you that honey weeds was used for blunts so you planted some? Interesting!
It amazes me that some people read a comment and then change everything around.I guess I chalk it up to some people can't comprehend what is written.Let me explain it so maybe you can understand.Lynne asked me if I know what honeyweeds were.I did not have a clue.I asked someone who is a born Southerner.They did not have any idea what they wee either, but made a joke saying maybe it is a blunt with honey added. Now does anyone know what they are?

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#19 Jul 2, 2012
whole foods wrote:
Fresh and easy.
That is the way I like my women.
Mary

United States

#20 Jul 2, 2012
AVA_AVA_AVA wrote:
Mary wrote:
<quoted text>So somebody told you that honey weeds was used for blunts so you planted some? Interesting!
It amazes me that some people read a comment and then change everything around.I guess I chalk it up to some people can't comprehend what is written.Let me explain it so maybe you can understand.Lynne asked me if I know what honeyweeds were.I did not have a clue.I asked someone who is a born Southerner.They did not have any idea what they wee either, but made a joke saying maybe it is a blunt with honey added. Now does anyone know what they are?
Hey Einstein, you are the one who said that you planted honey weeds in post number 1. Then you say that you don't know what they are. So, which is it?

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