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mmartin84@cfl.rr.com
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We are just getting started with our new garden and look forward to learning as we go. We live in central Florida and hope to be eat fresh vegetables year round.
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Heinz Hueppeler
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millie martin
1 week 2 days ago
i live in north east somerset. I have a very large garden. really know very little about gardening but would like to become as self sufficient as possible growing veg. I would also like to learn about how to grow flowers and surround myself with beauty!
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AIDITA DEL ROSA...
1 month 1 day ago
la comida sana crea mente sana
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JeffCampbell
1 month 1 week ago
Hi, I've joined because I want to learn more about utilizing my garden to its best for the production of food.
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1 month 2 weeks ago
I am happy to have joined kgi. I would like to benefit from it and encourage more people to grow their own food.
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Nekomise Haley
2 months 6 days ago
I am new to gardening. I'm scared and excited!
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ShirleyLangridge
2 months 2 weeks ago
am i the only one to see error message when trying to post in my blog?
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tariq tanveer
3 months 1 day ago
hi dear friends! how are you? here is one talk a gardener from pakistan about his living walls/ vertical gardening work and some more his gardening work , please write whats your comment ? http://ginamc.blogspot.com/2014/07/tariq-tanveer-master-gardener.html
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MelissaMarshCrockett
3 months 1 week ago
when can you start planting tomatoes for the fall
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MichaelHochberg
3 months 1 week ago
I am the Author of Window Farming From A-Z and I would like to give away the .pdf of my book to all who would need it. Just let me know how i can do this and I will send a copy.
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Del
3 months 2 weeks ago
Hello my name is Del and I'm just starting a new kitchen garden on the beautiful island of Anglesey, North Wales
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CharlesFrazer
3 months 3 weeks ago
New to the Gardening Area but did some when younger. Grocery store Fruits greens and vegetables scare me. Starting to help make people in my area (A campground) aware of ways to grow their own in confined spaces with limited space available.
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cpalmer
3 months 3 weeks ago
The Auburn Middle School is so grateful for the $300.00 grant awarded to us this spring. The grant allowed us to purchase much needed loam and organic compost to fill newly constructed beds last summer. We were able to purchase some blueberry and raspberry plants for the school. We also bought some lumbar to build a new potato bin. Our tech teacher and a couple students decided to take this little project on! They did a great job...and it's in full swing! Instead of sowing carrots into the ground this year, we decided to buy flower boxes, fill them with soil, and plant the seeds. We have growth, I'll have to let you know how it works. And lastly, all the plants you see in the pictures are grown from seeds bought with the grant money!! The kids were very proud of their work this year. We started our seeds a little bit later then usual because to much of our produce was coming in during the summer time and less in the Fall when students are in school. My hope over the next few weeks is to start the remaining seeds and extend our production further into the growing season!
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