Finally after all these years hyacinth bean mega success. Shits rocking

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    Wisteria that I adore from living south was to be replanted as a dream by hyacinth bean for over my pergola. No luck until ...not Stokes 6 seedlings coming.. But I have 8 Castor Beans with 6 Zanzibaris. sp?

    Now my striped german/indigos/lemon boys/clementimes are all sprouting in water. This is going to be an insane year.

    Yayayaya!

    How are the rest of you doing?
     
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    Been too cold here, late spring
     
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    My grean beans are just now popping up and I planted them last month..
     
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    I'm in zone 2A.Land of Lychinss lol but I've beat it.

    I start in water. Now I know it seems crazy but I use my oven as a control factor to start the seeds at different temperatures. To give you an example now all seeds that germinate at 80 degrees are in water in the oven with a small lamp 40 watts and they germinate perfectly. Or my tomato seeds all in Styrofoam cups in water and the oven at 80 degrees with just the lamp. I have indigo, lemon boy, clementine, sweet millions all germinating. Oh and striped german. I am sooooooooooooo excited over that. One of the very best heritage and I am not kidding killing taste tomatoes ever.
     
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    Oh dream on for me. You are like in zone 4 right? Missouri from your posts? Killer zone. In Tennessee I was 5 to 5 / Getting here realizing I'm never getting to Louisiana and seeing I was 2 A....OMG slit my wrists and sob to the high heavens. But I have found out how to beat the zones. Gardener. Where there is a will there is a way.
     
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    I plan on building a greenhouse Since pot is too big to grow in the house..
     
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    I'm in a legal zone coming up. My druthers are tequila or jack daniels. I gave up smoke eons ago when the assholes started lacing everything. Couldn't even get pure hash.

    Sigh. Pity. Assholes had to ruin the good.
     
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    Now new update. My hyacinth beans came up today. Life is awesome. I have Daylight Nicotiana just freaking rocking. These are three foot Nics with awesome perfume and all are germinating. Hope my new neighbors want to plant shit :lol: Crimson King is a few days behind but you have never smelled a more pretty flower than Crimson King. The flowers are burgundy and after dusk let their scent release.
     
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    Theyza growing P3130021.JPG
     
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    Supposed to be 39 tonight but clear sailing after that.
     
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