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Hi thank you for the Welcome. I am new to navigating the forum as well LOL so I apologize for the late reply. Love the name I will have to come up with a nickname for my profile. Last summer we made a 4x5 cedar box, and I just planted two tomato plants two red lettuce, parsley cucumbers and broccoli, It was funny because the plants were so small and my fiancée just let me plant away so I would learn how big they would get. HAAA they were huge I will have to post some pics. I am glad he let me learn because I still had a lot of fun and now I know better. This year will be my first SFG.... I have a lot of dreams that I want to make come true for me my family and my community. Thank you again. How long have you been gardening?
@Marc Iverson wrote:Welcome! This is a great forum on a day to day basis, and many of the older threads are jam-packed with top-notch info too, so be sure to be curious and look around!
Thank you, I am learning to navigate the forum as well. I look forward to learning a lot more will keep checking in.
Hello and thank you for the welcome. My plans this year, well, I have so many because I am so excited. First I plan on planting less LOL in each spot. My first year garden was exciting and I planted away like they would all stay small. LOL ha they got Big imagine that. This year will be fun and I look forward to all the support , advice and laughs. How long have you been gardening? Plans this year? If our snow ever goes away I can't wait.@cheyannarach wrote:Welcome to the forum!! So exciting to learn and grow your own garden! What are your garden plans this year!?!
Been attempting gardening on and off all my life, but this spring will be my 4th season with my SFG's. I found the ANSFG book, 1st edition, in December 2010 and never looked back!
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@Goosegirl wrote:Been attempting gardening on and off all my life, but this spring will be my 4th season with my SFG's. I found the ANSFG book, 1st edition, in December 2010 and never looked back!
Looks like I will be looking into the ANSFG book !!!! If this snow ever stops falling, I think I need to learn an indoor garden till it stops. I'm exhausted from shoveling but at least spring will be beautiful from all the melted snow for the flowers...
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