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    The only problem with planting peas later is that they much prefer cooler weather. As for celeriac, my source is:

    http://www.fedcoseeds.com/

    and they have a great selection of other good things too, including lots of greens and salad things. I also order Italian seeds from:

    http://www.seedsfromitaly.com/

    The prices are high, but the seed packs are big and many of the things are otherwise unavailable here.
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    I'm going to jump into this thread too. I grow a gorgeous herb garden...well I did....my 1 year old German Shepherd has taken care of that . My husband has two plum trees (one Shiro and one North American purple plum), two grape vines (muscadine and cynthiana), and a blackberry bush. I say my husband grows them because they truely are his babies. We are looking forward to a good crop of grapes this year, and hopefully our first plums (our trees are still little). We are working on building up my herb garden with stone, so I haven't been planting anything, and I may miss out on planting this year, but it will be worth it....at least that's what I keep telling myself.

    Oh...and Morning glories are also pretty invasive here too.
    "The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance, the wise grows it under his feet."

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    I remember farmers in Mississippi complaining about all the people building houses around them and planting morning glories while the farmers were struggling with morning glories in their fields. A lot of things that are well behaved annuals in the north are pretty fierce invaders in the south.
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    lol i have a hard time imagining moonflowers (Ipomoea) as invasive... i'm surprised the dang things germinate at all with that ridiculous seed coat!!!
    "Seeds? Oh yeah... sometimes I forget they grow from those. I feel like they should hatch or something."

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    Wisteria is an invasive beast. I like it but it just gets out of control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustLikeAPill View Post
    Wisteria is an invasive beast. I like it but it just gets out of control.
    Ugg...wisteria. I kills trees around here. It has beautiful flowers, but it's out for world domination.
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    lol i suppose invasives are the drawback to living somewhere that EVERYTHING grows
    "Seeds? Oh yeah... sometimes I forget they grow from those. I feel like they should hatch or something."

    ~a friend's observation of my CP's

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    moonflower, Ipomoea is a wonderfully diverse genus. Theres alot of species, such as sweet potato, cardinal and cypryss vines, as well as a woody member. With such divirsity, its inevitable tht there are bad apples
    that makes no logic

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