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Postby Alan Uchrinscko » Tue Apr 25, 2006 2:38 pm

Since I am in PA briefly and hence have a yard even if temporarily after living mostly in cities for the past 12 years, I decided that I should plant something in it. So I decided on beans, like haricots vert type beans. I also threw some red onions and mixed salad greens + parsley, basil, sage and rosemary on my porch.

So any advice to a budding gardener (pun intended)...?
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Don't overwater !

Postby Bill Spencer » Tue Apr 25, 2006 3:33 pm


It's the single most important mistake most wannabe gardners make ...

Clink !

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