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Hello from North Carolina

Post  Janean47 on 3/16/2010, 10:34 am

Very excited to be here, and I have a 4x4 planted, as of yesterday! Can't wait to see how well it does. All lthe information posted on this site has been very helpful.
Thanks to all of you.


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Post  mckr3441 on 3/16/2010, 10:50 am

And thank YOU for joining us. We're a great sharing group. I hope you have the book too. There's such a wealth of info there. Mine's all marked up and has sticky posts all over the in inside!

I believe a book should be personal

Keep us informed about your progress. Your input will be very helpful to others.

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Post  Idsquare on 3/16/2010, 10:16 pm

That sounds exciting, Janean. You're ahead of me ... I'm getting close to finishing the book. study My excitement grows, though, as I plan to begin purchasing my supplies this weekend. I don't know if my ambitions will allow me to get it all at once (eyes bigger than your stomach kind of thing). I look forward to hearing more about how your experience turns out. It is comforting to me to know that someone else from North Carolina is starting out about the same time I am. My wife is a pro, but about all I know about growing things is that most things that grow are either green (leaves) or brown (bark). :?: But I'm excited about learning. What did you plant? When do you expect it will be ready for harvest? Did you have problems finding Vermiculite? I couldn't find it at Lowes, but I haven't checked garden supply stores yet. Did I actually use a personal pronoun in the same sentence with the words "garden supply stores?" Janean, keep in touch. I might need your help and experience as I attempt my first effort with SFG. My wife and I are going to build a 4x8 as our first attempt. It has more to do with lawn sculpting and economics than anything. I can't wait to see how yours turns out.


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