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    What a beautiful garden you have there, Anka! Thank you for sharing these pictures! :sun: :heart:

    You must have an excellent crop of pumpkins at harvest time. What kinds of tomatoes do you...
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    I'm bumping this thread for selfish reasons. :o For the first time in 15 years, I'm away from my garden and am missing the whole process of planting, tending/loving, and harvesting terribly. I'm...
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    I am 2 months or so away from being able to start transplants indoors, but am already combing through gardening blogs and seed sites and making "To Grow" lists in anticipation. A number of health...
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    The gardening season here wrapped up in mid-September. I got my garlic in late this year, on October 12th. Just in the nick of time, too - in the next few days, we had the first hard frost, and...
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    Hi Lilybee8, I'm glad you joined this thread. If you are new to gardening and need some seeds (especially now, when so many seed businesses are either backlogged by 2+ weeks or have temporarily...
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    :bump: :sun:
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    Oh, that sounds so nice, like a private sanctuary. I hope you'll post a picture when you have it done!

    No gardening for me at the moment (it was -40 degrees Celsius a few days ago :smow: :canada:...
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    :bump:

    Anything new with my fellow gardeners? :sun:
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    It has been a very soggy summer in our neck of the woods. Hopefully, August will bring some heat and sunshine our way so the garden can flourish.

    Some of the tomato plants have finally begun...
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    :sun: Any vegetable gardeners out there? :tea:

    Our season is just getting going, so some things are still quite small.

    Snap beans and cabbage
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    Testing, testing, 1 2 3...


    The garlic patch. :)



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    I am so happy you started this thread, Strat! I love to see pictures of other people's gardens and hearing about what grows well in other climates.

    We are in zone 2a (though I have read that it...
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