Plants are doing good

12 May 2020 18:05 #1 by HappyCamper
My Broccoli and Cauliflower are doing awesome.
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12 May 2020 18:37 #2 by homeagain
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Do you have a hothouse/greenhouse?  What altitude?  GOOD FOR U......

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13 May 2020 08:24 #3 by FredHayek
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Seems like outdoor flowers are a little late this year after a cool Spring. I read that much of the Palisades peaches got hit by a late frost and the harvest will be much lower this year. 

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19 May 2020 09:16 #4 by homeagain
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homeagain wrote: Do you have a hothouse/greenhouse?  What altitude?  GOOD FOR U......


SO, it was a hit and run post, OR a heads up to someone something is READY????

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19 May 2020 15:30 #5 by ScienceChic
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HappyCamper has a lot on her plate, I'm sure she's just been too busy to pop back in to see if anyone asked anything. :) She's in Bailey, has a custom greenhouse (and now beehives too!), and an amazing green thumb for growing all sorts of veggies! I know you're not on Facebook HA, but she started a Colorado Mountain Gardening with Altitude Group for anyone else here who is who would like to join. It's connected to our My Mountain Town Facebook Page to make it easy to find!

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19 May 2020 16:14 #6 by homeagain
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THANKS for clearing that up.....it just seems odd....that no one responses back when they post and
a reply is left in a void....(STILL think ..why bother posting the info at all)....just me....:huh:

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19 May 2020 16:15 #7 by HappyCamper
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I have two greenhouses and a hoop house so most things are grown in those.

I am at 8800ft in Bailey.

Sorry for the late post.
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19 May 2020 16:44 - 19 May 2020 16:45 #8 by homeagain
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HappyCamper wrote: I have two greenhouses and a hoop house so most things are grown in those.

I am at 8800ft in Bailey.

Sorry for the late post.



HEY, no problem.....just was curious, I'm at not quite 6,000 on the western slope....THINKING about
a raised bed garden....NOT a veg gardener, BARELY know what I'm doing with plants...but STILL it
would be nice to have a salad garden....SE exposure here in Montrose for the bed....it gets HOT,so bolting
I guess would be not good ....thinking about next spring....got NO idea how to begin....:)

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19 May 2020 20:25 #9 by HappyCamper
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I am sure that there is a garden page for your area.

If all you want to grow is salad greens look for a shaded area.
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