SHOW OVER-PACK UP FOR CAMP WOOL-SOME LESSONS LEARNED ABOUT TOMATO PLANTS

24 04 2013

Hello,

Today was damp and dreary but the Robins were in the pasture looking for worms.  Things are budding fast and just 15 minutes drive the forsythia is out.

Well the show is over and I have to unload the car and put everything away.  I had a surprise visitor, my fellow blogger Patti.  It was a nice visit.

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Packing up for Camp Wool

There is so much to do for Camp Wool, I am planning to take the Lighthouse Rug and the Blueberry Jar rug. with me so I need to make sure I have all the wool that I will need for them.

Tomato Plants

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This year I started my tomatoes 2 ways.  One group were planted in those trays  you  buy tomato plants in and the other in those round flat things that you add water to.  The tomatoes that were in the round things did much better.  The plants were stronger and  looked healthier.  Maybe it was that the roots were compact, only could grow straight down.  I will use that method next year.  I transplanted lots of tomatoes today and have more to do when I get back.

Orange Cleaner

I am using the orange cleaner I made over the winter.  It works great even on glass and , chicken coops and stove tops.  I have started another batch, I am using it so fast.

Leaving you tonight with a Shorty picture.  HOpe you have a wonderful day and many thanks for reading my blog.   Carole

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