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Post  jollo 3/5/2010, 11:25 pm

A Mid-San Joaquin Valley (California) square foot gardener is back in the garden. Once the rain is over and done, we're expanding our garden to my old horse pasture. If I can't have horses, I can have a garden!
Happy to see the improvements on this site. Did anyone else have trouble re-registering with your previous user name? Well, that's behind me now, new user name, new email address, and we're good to go.
I look forward to tapping into the knowledge and experience of the seasoned gardeners who post on this site. This is only my second year at gardening since I was very young. I wished I'd paid more attention back then, but there's no time like the present to learn something new.
So here's to a summer of fresh picked tomatoes warm from the sun, too many squash for one family to use, more corn than we can eat, and a curious orange-fleshed watermelon to try for the first time. And if I hurry, maybe I'll get in another crop of Sugar Snap Peas. I love them just-picked. They seldom make it into the house before they're all gone.
Kind regards to all, Jollo.


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Post  Lavender Debs 3/5/2010, 11:43 pm

Aw California! Lucky dawg!
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Post  Theresa 3/6/2010, 9:30 am

Hi jollo! Central California is back in the garden Action-smiley-030

Glad you made the move to the new forum with us, sorry you were having troubles with the same user name.

sounds like you have everything all planed out and ready to go, be sure to take pictures to share with us!
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Post  boffer 3/6/2010, 9:50 am

"So here's to a summer of fresh picked tomatoes warm from the sun, too
many squash for one family to use, more corn than we can eat, and a
curious orange-fleshed watermelon to try for the first time. And if I
hurry, maybe I'll get in another crop of Sugar Snap Peas. I love them
just-picked. They seldom make it into the house before they're all gone."


I'll toast to that!

Welcome to the forum, Jollo. A lot of us have the same problem with disappearing snap peas-no matter how many we plant!
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