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    Stop having a boring tuna, stop having a boring life! neon-eon's Avatar
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    Isn't morning glory invasive?...Or is that just in Oregon?
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    Well.. I wouldn't call it invasive. Just a weed. Grows around barren patches of land and over fences and stuff. It's nice to look at. Nicer than a chain-link fence.

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    lol, I personally can't stand morning glory, it annoys me...but i like the fire cracker called Morning Glory, I could look at those all day.
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    They're pretty invasive around here. We put periwinkle in as ground cover to choke out the morning glories. Periwinkle is BEAUTIFUL in bloom when you have a carpet of it.

    As a sign of spring for me, I have moved almost all of my plants into mini-bogs to go into the ground when it gets warm and stays warm. I also have a few "odd" ones to boot. There are my two orange trees that I started from seed as well as a mango and a couple other random plants. We have a ways yet to go before we can start the veggies. Mid-Late May around here. That's when the frosts start dying out.
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    Stop having a boring tuna, stop having a boring life! neon-eon's Avatar
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    I remember a few years ago when I grew eggplants. Eggplants are soo good in pasta. I also grew peppers, although I can't remeber what kind. Hey, you know what's good if your growing peppers. Just pick one, slice it open, and stuff it with a little cheese. It's kind of like a chile relleno. Wow, all this talk is making me hungry. I'm going to have make a veggie garden this year.
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    MMM eggplant! I like it fried or grilled after basting it with olive oil and sprinkling a little seasoning on it. My mom likes to grow jalapeños and stuff them with cheese and make poppers.
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    What I do is I fry up the egglpants with peppers and oinions, then I mix in some marinara sauce. After that I put it on the pasta with some parmesean(spelling?) I've heard that you can bread them but I still have yet to try that.
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    I can't grow an eggplant to save my life, but grow all the other important crops. My seeds all arrived a couple months ago and the potatoes & shallots arrived today. Since all the large sunny spots in my little yard have fruit trees & bushes, we grow vegetables in a community garden. So we can't plant until it's opened for the season and that could be a couple more weeks. But we've been starting seeds to be ready and my interest in CPs and orchids plummets this time of year as my attention turns to fruit and vegetable growing.
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