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Post  whitedaizy33 on 3/8/2010, 12:24 pm

I was new back in February. With the new site, I am new again. Started my very first garden. Planted everything from seed. Had unexpected cold spells so some squares aren't growing. Hey there, from southwest florida Icon_sad Kinda sad that some squares didn't grow, but am very happy about the ones that are growing and so far doing fine.
I found the SFG book at the library, checked it out, read it; my daughter knew how much I loved that book, so she bought it for me for my birthday! Now I am re-reading it and my hubby wants to start making plans for a larger garden instead of just the one we have now. Blessings, Wendy
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Post  Sonoran Garden on 3/8/2010, 5:34 pm

Hi Wendy!

You are aright on track reading the book first. Some try to SFG without the basics of the book and they usually end up frustrated or starting over.

The great thing about SFG is you can start small and expand as you can.

Good luck with your garden!
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