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Post  Tris on 3/3/2013, 2:24 pm

Hello! I'm gardening for the first time in my life, hoping to make some fresh veggies for the family and our bunnies Smile Ive never been a green thumb, so hopefully I can do this!
About me, I'm not young but not old, I'm married and have 2 young kids with 1 on the way. We have 2 house bunnies who rule the house alongside a very lazy beagle Smile We just moved to North Carolina and live on a nice acre so Ive got big plans for my backyard!
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Re: New gardener

Post  plantoid on 3/3/2013, 3:16 pm

Hello Tris ,
Welcome to the site .
Do you have the book mentioned in my strap lines . If not may I be cheeky and suggest that you get one so we can all sing off the same sheet ?
Our type of squarefoot gardening is quite unique but it does give fantastic results all over the world if it is closely followed.

In the book there is a shed load of useful stuff for totasl beginners , indeed everything you need to go and grow so to speak . There is no useless info in the book to my minds eye .

Please post piccies as & when you can , they speak a thousand words and it let's people around the globe see what is possible with our ANSFG method.
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Re: New gardener

Post  Tris on 3/3/2013, 3:19 pm

I actually bought the book about a week ago Smile
I'm excited about the concept for sure.
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Re: New gardener

Post  quiltbea on 3/3/2013, 4:37 pm

Welcome to the forum. Its nice you have bunnies so you can use their poo directly in your garden. Great for the crops.
I know they can make great pets but its a double bonus to have great poo as well.
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Re: New gardener

Post  Dunkinjean on 3/3/2013, 5:42 pm

Tris,

to the Forum and Square Foot Gardening. You will find that this type of gardening is so much easier and the vegetables grow so much better! I am totally addicted to it. Best of luck!
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