2016 Gardens

Discussion in 'Gardening and Landscaping' started by Dekster, Mar 21, 2016.

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    Sucks. Still early for fall crops here, and more importantly, way too dry. You can have a rain today and by tomorrow evening plants are heat/drought stressing again.
     
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    Thinking of starting a vegetable garden once the winter is over.
     
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    I done did...
     
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    Do it. Doesn't take much. Plants/seeds and some dirt.
     
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    Recently changes my mind from planting a potato garden to planting colorful flower bed in my garden after visiting to my cousin's home lest week in Sydney, There he was renovating his garden with the help of the professional landscape design service (Landscaping North Shore Sydney) and after the whole process, he really got the amazing view of garden. I am looking for the professional service in my area now, will go with growing flower bed now very soon.
     
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    Some people plant potatoes for the flowers. Marie Antoinette or somebody equally old, famous, and dead used to put them n her hair.
     

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