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#60074 Jun 7th, 2007 at 07:27 AM
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I appologise for not posting for a while. The reason is that I have been so busy with our very first garden. We are so pleased with it that I had to post pictures. Hope they show OK. We are growing organic. Hope you enjoy looking as much as I enjoy looking at it every day.

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Sherome #60079 Jun 7th, 2007 at 07:29 AM
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Wow that looks fantastic. Getting to some of the plants looks like it's going to be hard. are there paths that I can't see?


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You've done an amazing job...be proud of yourself!


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tkhooper #60447 Jun 7th, 2007 at 12:12 PM
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Originally Posted by tkhooper
Wow that looks fantastic. Getting to some of the plants looks like it's going to be hard. are there paths that I can't see?


Thank you. Actually, LOL, grin this being our first garden, we made mistakes. One of them is spacing. I am having a hard time getting to things. blush Next year, planning will include which plants need more water and which ones don't, and how far apart the plants must be and how far apart the rows must be. I'm surprised it grew under the conditions.


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Thank you so much. Being our first, I am very proud. Even with all the mistakes.


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#60450 Jun 7th, 2007 at 12:17 PM
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Thank you very much.


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#63125 Jun 11th, 2007 at 09:30 AM
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Spacing takes practice. At least it does for me. About the time I think I've got it right a plant explodes and there I am overcrowded again. Or in other spaces they don't grow like I expected and I have bald spots. I think I'll have to have a plot of land for a fair amount of time before I get something that looks well placed rather than chaotic.



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Beautiful! Mistakes are only learning curves. We all need those!


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Rosepetal #71730 Jun 20th, 2007 at 06:54 PM
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BEAUTIFUL garden!!! Your plants looks so lush and healthy!
I'm a first time gardener, too. I definately had spacing problems this year but not too bad that it interfered with any of our harvests.

Looking forward to hearing updates!!!
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