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New from NW Florida!

Post  sweetolyve on 3/20/2010, 8:59 pm

Hello everyone,

I just found this website today and am so impressed that I've joined the group. Actually, I went looking for the book online. And finding this website is like instant gratification..lol. We, my dh and I, have somewhat limited space in our yard for gardening and would like something that will be relatively easy to maintain.

After reading the methods on here, it gives me hope that I can plant a greater variety of my faves than I had originally planed to grow. Later this week I'll make my way to the local book store for my hard copy of the book.

Spring fever has definitely got to me and I'm ready to grow! Glad to be here.



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Re: New from NW Florida!

Post  choksaw on 3/20/2010, 9:18 pm

Yay another floridian hello and welcome to forums, I bought the book at books a million for $20 after a friend from another forum suggested it to me. this place is a fountain of information so feel free to ask any and all questions you have im sure someone will have an answer for you (the only stupid question is the one that wasnt asked thanks gardpa lol")


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Re: New from NW Florida!

Post  Jeff Buffington on 3/20/2010, 9:58 pm

Yep... we're invading! Evil or Very Mad

I got mine at BAM as well.. but I had to search a bit, because the whole section wasn't organized, and they had both the old and new versions of the book, as well as the new cookbook... none of them were anywhere near each other!

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Re: New from NW Florida!

Post  WardinWake on 3/21/2010, 9:56 pm


Welcome to the forum. I have heard that it gets hot and humid in Florida. How does that affect your garden? Do you have more or less bug or plant disease problems than cooler and drier areas of the country? Can you plant a wider variety of plants and do you garden all year? Inquiring minds would love to know.

God Bless, Ward.


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Re: New from NW Florida!

Post  choksaw on 3/21/2010, 10:06 pm

This is only my 2nd season gardening down here my first was ok but not as bountiful as i had hoped except for the cherry tomatoes they grew insanely well and only had 1 major devistation from bugs to my pumpkin plants some little worm that wrapped itself in a web inside the leaves other then that im still learning down here and always looking for all the info tips and tricks i can get my hands on


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