A few matters of business. . .

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5 Responses

  1. Becky says:

    We are getting similar weather in Colorado Springs. I jumped the gun on planting strawberries. Even though I had been covering them on freezing nights, they didn’t survive. Looks like maybe it’ll start getting warmer again.

  2. Emilee says:

    So glad that people like the cages! Have you started building them yet? Everything working okay?

    One question for you. My potoatoes have FINALLY started to come up. I was worried that they wouldn’t but with some warm weather they are breaking through. Now my question is how tall do I let the leaves grow before I cover them with more dirt? And how much dirt should I cover it with? Thanks again!

  3. ~toni says:

    This year the weather is crazy. We live in NM in the High Desert Mountains
    7600 feet. This morning it 38 degrees. May 8th I normally can plant the tomatoes, peppers, musk melons etc. not this year even with the walls of water just to cooled.

  4. Yolanda says:

    Thank you for providing the tomato cages. I am very excited to try them out and my hubby is VERY excited to NOT make them.

  5. michelle says:

    You do not know how diligently I have been watching your site waiting for you to post about the tomato cages. 🙂 I can breathe easier now.