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by rajmahendra 10/18/2016, 7:50 am
Thank you ladies. Took about an hour to build... Always helps when you have the right tools, which I do not.. But my father-in-law does and lives about four blocks away (yay.....) I am pretty sure I built it right and should work right?
@ArkansasSFGardener wrote:Yea my 6yo daughter will be playing under it, I'm sure...
It's going to be the best fort ever. Even better than a refrigerator box!
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What a truly beautiful garden you have. I am in my first year; and Im learning so much from everyone on here, especially through looking at all your lovely pictures. How many cucumbers did you put in your box and how big is your box?. Im growing cucumbers for the first time and I haven't got a clue what I'm doing. I just know we as a family eat so much of them. I thought I would give it a try
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Was just doing some garden work, staking my tomato plants. And I decided to count the tomatoes on my cherry tomato plant... THERE ARE 63 TOMATOES!!!!!!!! WOW... Told my wife, her response "how many cherry tomato plants do we have?" lol With about 30 tomato plants 5 of which are cherry... This should be a good year lol...
We have a decent size lot for being right in the middle of town, about .66 acres... BUT most of the back yard is shaded by mature oak and pecan trees... I am going to expand next year to the side yard...
One of the things I love about SGG, the beds can be located anywhere you have a few square feet of sunlight.
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So today I went out and got my "All New Square Foot Gardening" book spiralized!! LoL... I got it done at Office Depot for only $3!!! I could not believe it was that cheap!!! It really is like a whole new book... So much easier to reference things in the back...
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