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Post  lessped 8/28/2011, 10:26 am

Hi all good folk just joined your great forum and hope to have many conversations cos i am a little green to this gardening game .. cheers nbeers T.J. Smile
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Post  camprn 8/28/2011, 10:32 am

newbie  396615 to the SFG Forum from across the pond. there is a lot of good info on the forum. If you have any questions try the search feature and if you still have questions please do not hesitate to ask!
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Post  lessped 8/28/2011, 11:01 am

camprn wrote:newbie  396615 to the SFG Forum from across the pond. there is a lot of good info on the forum. If you have any questions try the search feature and if you still have questions please do not hesitate to ask!
Cheers!
Hi camprn just want to say thank you for the welcome ..!newbie  109486
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Post  Kelejan 8/28/2011, 2:09 pm

lessped wrote:Hi all good folk just joined your great forum and hope to have many conversations cos i am a little green to this gardening game .. cheers nbeers T.J. Smile



newbie  396615 Hi Lessped (T.J.) to the Forum. If you are a little green then you have an advantage over some of us newbies when we started.



Oh, I see, you want to get a little greener. Good goal. newbie  61949
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Post  lessped 8/28/2011, 3:18 pm

Kelejan wrote:
lessped wrote:Hi all good folk just joined your great forum and hope to have many conversations cos i am a little green to this gardening game .. cheers nbeers T.J. Smile



newbie  396615 Hi Lessped (T.J.) to the Forum. If you are a little green then you have an advantage over some of us newbies when we started.



Oh, I see, you want to get a little greener. Good goal. newbie  61949
Hi Kelejan thank's for the welcome ha ha yes it all depends how you read it ..!Smile
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Post  BackyardBirdGardner 8/28/2011, 3:37 pm

Yes, welcome aboard! Great to see another European join us. Don't worry about being new, most of us are pretty new to gardening ourselves.

Have you read Mel's book? How did you find us? It would be easier to point you around the forum to catch up if we know how new you are to SFG specifically.
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Post  evelien 8/30/2011, 10:15 am

Another welcome to you, from your 'neighbour' on the other side of the North Sea.. Like you I am new here. I just started my SFG, although it is almost Fall... Still, I am surprised at what seems to be possible in this end-of-season...radishes, lettuce, spinach , broccoli and more...

Do you have also trouble with the 'little slimies' ?( meaning slugs and snails..). Due to this very wet summer, they seem to be everywhere in trhe garden!

Anyway, lots of success. Let's hope for better weather in the coming months!! Very Happy
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Post  lessped 8/30/2011, 11:31 am

evelien wrote:Another welcome to you, from your 'neighbour' on the other side of the North Sea.. Like you I am new here. I just started my SFG, although it is almost Fall... Still, I am surprised at what seems to be possible in this end-of-season...radishes, lettuce, spinach , broccoli and more...

Do you have also trouble with the 'little slimies' ?( meaning slugs and snails..). Due to this very wet summer, they seem to be everywhere in trhe garden!

Anyway, lots of success. Let's hope for better weather in the coming months!! Very Happy
Hi Evelien thanks for your warm welcome and yes i am truly new i'm afraid i dont know a carrot from my elbow let alone grow anything but as they say (hope springs eternal ) and yes the slug/ snails are all over the place Smile take care by for now newbie  109486
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