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bkeckerman commented on Robin Coleman question
. This is my first garden ever in life, and I think I have a pretty good idea, but how much space should I leave between rows? Also I read about using mulch to help with weeds. Is the stuff Lowes has good for a vegetable garden?
bkeckerman commented on Robin Coleman question
. This is my first garden ever in life, and I think I have a pretty good idea, but how much space should I leave between rows? Also I read about using mulch to help with weeds. Is the stuff Lowes has good for a vegetable garden?
bkeckerman commented on Vicky Lake question
How to begin?
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Hi, I live in Australia and cant plant my garlic until march. will it be ok stored in the fridge til then. I grow lots of bulbs and they are best kept in the fridge until winter planting for spring blooms. Is garlic being a bulb treated the same way as a say daffodil or tulip bulb
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