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New Florida and SFG'ing

Post  vickyhope on 10/6/2011, 8:20 am

Hi there, just moved to Marion County and would love to start a SFG! Hoping someone could give me a heads up on starting a SFG now or should I just wait for the Spring? Sorry I don't know anything about gardening, much less in Florida, I'm a transplanted northeasterner. Any advice would be appreciated.



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New Florida and SFG'ing

Post  1orangething on 10/6/2011, 9:17 am

Welcome to Florida, but most important welcome to the SFG forum. Have you read the book SFG by Mel? That would be a great first step. I don't feel it's tool late to start. Florida is blessed with great gardening weather. Your county extension office will also have some good info. Just have fun !!
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Post  vickyhope on 10/6/2011, 9:20 am

Cool thank you, I had not thought of the County Extension office, will call them today.

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