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What do you grow that "shouldn't" grow in Zone 4? 18 Replies

Started by Kathryn Morski, Z4 UP MI. Last reply by thea stoughtenger zn4,ny Feb 20, 2012.

Looking for spectacular flowering trees/shrubs for zone 4 12 Replies

Started by Crazy2day. Last reply by Brenda Bartz Feb 19, 2012.

What seeds are you starting indoors now? 7 Replies

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Comment by Kristin Pz5IA on April 21, 2009 at 9:51pm
I like to get my container pots planted. I dont do veggies anymore cause I love flowers so much I dont want to use up the little space I have. I start the pots sometime in early May.
Comment by Kristin Pz5IA on April 21, 2009 at 3:41pm
Hello Lora and Bob and Jac. I live in the NE corner of Iowa...so I am borderline zone 4/5. I just had total knee replacement and cant believe the bad timing. Like you said, such a short season we have, if we dont do it fast, dont do it at all. But my knee has been limiting the amount of quality time and work I have been able to spend in the dirt so with a new one, maybe next year I can get out there and liven it all up again. I think I saw one daffodil blooming out there this morning from the window. I plant the later variety. Lora, my mouth just waters at the mention of radish...mmmm.
Comment by Lora Fleming on April 21, 2009 at 1:49pm
Snow? Where are you? I am in Western WI and we haven't had snow for some time now ... my radishes are up, my rhubarb is up, chives & garlic chives (always the first) and today ... asparagus!! YEAH!! Now, if we'd just get some rain! It's always an adventure gardening here ...
Comment by Bob Cohen on April 21, 2009 at 10:34am
Zone 4, where gardeners do it fast or don't do it at all... LOL With only 93 days between the 'last frost date' and 'first frost date' we have to be good! My hot bed is full of trays of the flowers and vegetables for this years upcoming garden. As I look out at the snow I dream of spring....
Comment by jac on April 18, 2009 at 10:19pm
lowly zone 4, not much time for us to enjoy the fruits of our labor...
 

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