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  • JC G. 5 months ago
    good article.
  • Larry M. 1 year ago
    Amazing Phoenix weather allowed me to plant my tomatoes in Nov. Already enjoyed a couple of ripe ones and plenty more on the way. Potatoes, beans, squash, leeks and mint are snug among the flowers.
  • VICKI R. 1 year ago
    I wished I had the skill to plant a garden, I have tried numerous times and it always fails. I live in AZ so it gets really hot and for some reason I just can not keep things alive. I wish everyone the best of luck and I envy you all.
  • NAncy Lee B. 1 year ago
    It stormed in NYC too but we have started some seeding on window sills indoors to get them read for transplant mid April. Also checking tools, seeing if trays and pots are in good condition ad trading what we don't need with others waiting for the season. We also constantly stir our compost to keep if from freezing , so far so good :)
  • Tammy E. 1 year ago
    There is no way I can start planting here now. We have a blizzard warning today and the National Weather Channel is in our town tracking the huge storm coming. We don't get to plant here until Memorial Day. And as for soil testing, our soil is still frozen solid lol.
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