There was once a grown-up lad in the County Leitrim, and he was strong and lively, and the son of a rich farmer. His father had plenty of money, and he did not spare it on the son. Accordingly, when the boy grew up he liked sport better ... Read more of Teig O'kane And The Corpse at Scary Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Jan. 1st--Send for catalogues. Make planting plan and table. Order seeds. Feb. 1st--Inside: cabbage, cauliflower, first sowing. Onions for plants. Feb. 15th--Inside: lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, beets. March 1st--Inside: lettuce, celery, tomato (early). March 15th--Inside: lettuce, tomato (main), eggplant, pepper, lima beans, cucumber, squash; sprout potatoes in sand. April 1st--Inside: cauliflower (on sods), muskmelon, watermelon, corn. Outside: (seed-bed) celery, cabbage, lettuce. Onions, carrots, smooth peas, spinach, beets, chard, parsnip, turnip, radish. Lettuce, cabbage (plants). May 1st--Beans, corn, spinach, lettuce, radish. May 15th--Beans, limas, muskmelon, watermelon, summer squash, peas, potatoes, lettuce, radish, tomato (early), corn, limas, melon, cucumber and squash (plants). Pole-lima, beets, corn, kale, winter squash, pumpkin, lettuce, radish. June 1st--Beans, carrots, corn, cucumber, peas, summer spinach, summer lettuce, radish, egg-plant, pepper, tomato (main plants). June 15th--Beans, corn, peas, turnip, summer lettuce, radish, late cabbage, and tomato plants. July 1st--Beans, endive, kale, lettuce, radish, winter cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and celery plants. July 15th--Beans, early corn, early peas, lettuce, radish. Aug. 1st--Early peas, lettuce, radish. Aug. 15th--Early peas, lettuce, radish in seed-bed, forcing lettuce for fall in frames. Sept. 1st--Lettuce, radish, spinach and onions for wintering over. NOTE.--This list is for planting only (the dates are approximate: see note I at the end of the chapter). Spraying and other garden operations may also be included in such a list. See "Calendar of Operations" at end of book.



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