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#356873 May 17th, 2012 at 04:00 PM
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Obviously I'm new here. I'm not too much of a gardener. Right now, I am growing zucchini, tomatoes and sugar snap peas. I started out with radishes and snow peas and onions as well, but they all died out.

I haven't always been much into gardening, but I used to help my grandmother with her large garden every time I'd visit her. After she died in '04, I've gotten more and more into it (mainly its been small "apartment" gardens)

Anyways, HI!!

cleanbyblood #356914 May 18th, 2012 at 09:47 PM
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HI, and welcome. I'd love to give you some great words of wisdome, but when it comes to gardening I think mine is trial and error! why


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Hi and welcome.

--look around the forum--there is a wealth of informatioin here, just waiting to be discovered. As you feel more comfortable, wander down to banter Hall & join in with us.


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