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A Beginner's Guide to Fruit and Vegetable Gardening

How to Start an Edible Garden


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Great tips. Saving article to review. Report
Moving later this year and will finally have plenty of room for a garden! Saving this article for then! Report
When I lived in Northern New Hampshire, I had a huge raised bed area of sifted loam that I grew all the vegetable we needed year round. It was a chore, but a delightful one. Report
Good information for spring. Report
Great info Report
For it was not into my ear you whispered,
but into my heart.
It was not my lips you kissed,
but my soul.
- Judy Garland Report
Great article! I've started gardening 3 years ago and it was totally worth it. Report
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Great article! Report
It's never too late to make a healthy choice. Report
Nice article Report
Dearly Beloved has just put the last bean plant in the ground-we buy transplants as the cats will not leave the seed pellets alone. We have beans, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, kale, and lots of herbs, all in pots. Works great! Report
I love heirloom tomatoes and they are so expensive at the store. I was recently told that they do really well in containers so next year, I just might have to see if I can grown one heirloom tomato plant. More than that would be way too many tomatoes for just 2 people (and hubby doesn't eat that many tomatoes so most of them would be consumed by me.) Report
It's fun to garden, but doesn't make it cheaper, water costs a lot, soil amendments, etc. Average person, it's for fun. Taste isn't that much better, truth be told. It's ok if you have time in summer to show kids. Report
I love to grow my salad ingredients. Report

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