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Post  Windmere on 11/26/2014, 12:42 pm

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Post  martha on 11/26/2014, 2:46 pm

Thank you! I just figured out that I can actually do some "gardening" in my basement this winter. As some of you know, my gardening was done at my restaurant. However, my husband and I sold the restaurant at the end of October. We rent, and there is no place here to garden at all. 

We sold our house while we owned the restaurant. The two did not go hand in hand, and we have no idea if we want a condo, a townhouse, or another single family. What I would love -at the moment! - is a really small house with room for a garden and chickens! 

However, we don't yet know what we are doing next, so it's not a good time to decide if we want to stay put or move. 

In the meantime, since the new restaurant owners are going to PARK ON THE GARDEN
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(I'm sorry - is my opinion showing?) a friend of mine insisted on moving the entire garden to her house! Including my beloved greenhouse. It was amazing to see this thing move. 

Anyway….I am going to over winter the ridiculous number of rosemary plants in the basement with lights on timers, and probably do some playing around with seed grafting!

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