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6 months ago (38 replies) |
Last reply by Krista : Hey Jo, seen you around the site and in my stars. I just went and checked the host's page and she hasn't had any comments since 2009. The last time anybody posted here was 3 years ago, which I didn't notice when I posted... more»
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4 years ago (3 replies) |
Last reply by Anonymous : Those are incredibly good resources. Someone has finally answered my question I have been seeking for over a year now! Thank you! ... more»
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4 years ago (1 reply) |
Last reply by Anonymous : I wish I could have some cool things growing in my pots but not too successful so far. I had some mushrooms growing in the soil of a new grape plant I bought. But the plant is just a stem now. ... more»
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5 years ago (7 replies) |
Last reply by Willow : I've planted some of my seeds indoors to get a jump-start on the growing season. So far I have planted;Salad Burnet, Garlic chives, Grolau chives, Basil, Greek Oregano, Watercress, Lovage, Sorrel, Fernleaf Dill, Italian... more»
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6 years ago (2 replies) |
Last reply by Delaney : Here in the north our outdoor gardens are under a rather thick layer of snow, but that is a great time to channel your energies towards container gardening indoors. Plants can really bring warmth to a home and cheer to the long... more»
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6 years ago (2 replies) |
Last reply by Delaney : The wind often does that for us and the grass is usually very think under the feeder because if it. In the winter a good breeze will scatter seed on the snow as well. The pigeons in the area eat the seed off the ground, since... more»
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6 years ago (5 replies) |
Last reply by Delaney : Welcome to the group, Chastity! It's always nice to have a fresh, new perspective. Growing pintos and black beans in pots is very interesting. Are they of the bush or pole variety?   We grow peas in a pot with a tomato... more»