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Post  SanDiegoUrbanGarden on 9/26/2010, 10:27 pm


I'm from San Diego, and today I just started my first 4x4 square foot gardening.


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Post  Garden Angel on 9/27/2010, 12:58 pm

LOVE IT !!!! I love to hear when somebody knew starts cause we all remember when we just started , and hey I'm still learning !!! this is the place to be. What did you plant ??
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Post  Mom2Four on 9/27/2010, 4:42 pm


I'm near you in Encinitas. I had read that we could plant a second round of summer veggies in September here but today I beleive it! Phew! July finally arrived. I did stick in a cucumber and a yellow squash just to see. The rest of mine are fall vegetables, though.

So what'd you plant?

Best of luck to you.

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Post  Chopper on 9/27/2010, 7:20 pm

Welcome. I am in Winchester (near Murrieta/Temecula) and have just finished the summer season and working on the fall - in 105 degree weather! September is always the hottest!

I am sure you will love it. Remember there is not one month during the year that cannot plant something.

When you say urban do you mean apartment or house with yard?

Good luck!


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Post  SanDiegoUrbanGarden on 9/29/2010, 10:20 pm

I started some seed starters for tomato, cilantro, lettuce, sweet basil, onion, soybean, cucumber, and mustard greens.

Glad I found some mel mix at Lowes. I wasn't about to start mixing stuff and tryin to find stuff at the store.

I hope to have 2 4x4 and 3-4 fruit trees.


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Post  Megan on 9/29/2010, 10:26 pm

That is plenty of space to grow lots of wonderful things. Welcome to the forum and to SFG, please let us know how it goes! glad you\'re here

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