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Thread: Lunar Planting - what have you grown today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VirginVegGrower View Post
    I am, which is why I have a cold. It's my optimum time
    Optimum time for a cold? If that's what happens with Synodic I'm sticking with Biodynamic. Haven't had a cold since I started Biodynamic Planting with the moon. Must prove something.
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    Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better...Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by veggiechicken View Post
    Optimum time for a cold? If that's what happens with Synodic I'm sticking with Biodynamic. Haven't had a cold since I started Biodynamic Planting with the moon. Must prove something.
    Then I'm switching back! I advised echinacea use to Nicos today. Shame I don't follow my own advice...
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    Lavender sown today indoors (biodynamic).

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    My most recent sowings of toms have come down to join us in the kitchen
    S*d the housework I have a lottie to dig
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    My celeriac is watching television. The rest are having a party of their own in the next room

    I am counting down the days to the 22nd. Leaf day for me...

    Who is going to Ryton? We should meet up if we have a big enough gaggle...
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    My celeriac's being a bit shy and is still in hiding .......
    I can't go Ryton ..not enough hours before I have to go work
    How's the snotty nose VVG ?
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    Nothing sown today but I'm surrounded by seedlings of tomato, leek, banana shallot, spring onions, lettuce, spinach and beetroot. Just shuffled them off the window sills and onto the coffee table and sideboard.
    Tomorrow is a one-off flower day and good for baking bread, so should that be a flour day?
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