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Thanks, just in time for startng a garden!

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Thanks!
I already have a head start! I brought veggie plants into my bathroom before the first frost. I felt sorry for them out in my garden, so I potted some up. I already have jalapenos, bell peppers and some chest high avocado trees that are ready for grafting.

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Thanks.Very useful for my vegeterable.

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Most excellent dud! Thanks> Good find

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Cool! Garden's already mostly in, BUT- it never hurts to have a different take or perspective on growin', every year there's something you haven't seen before- if you're paying attention.

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I started seeding my plants indoors last Saturday. I'm looking forward to getting them in the ground. Our last frost date is May 13th, so I still have a little time to read this book before that date. Thanks for the links.

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I live in an apartment building, don't have any area to plant but I am moving soon and hoping to have a little garden space or at least a balcony to grow vegetables. If I own the book, the space will come, I hope.
Thanks so much, OP, for posting this.

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Thanks for the post! I wonder if this book will help me to stop killing everything I try to grow.. here's to hoping!

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@surge2020: I did provide the link for the Kindle version, it's the yellow "I want one" and the Nook link is in the body of the post, Enjoy

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@mtrlgrl: I've been able to successfully grow chiles and herbs in pots on window sills inside the windows, no balcony needed. It's better than nothing.

The only problem I had was that the habaneros were flowering like mad but no fruit were growing. I had to move them to an eastern window before they got enough light for the blooms to turn into peppers.

And my cilantro was too droopy to stand up. But everything else was successful, especially the basil and chives and tarragon and thyme and rosemary.

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I've been trying to grow some basil and mint on my apartment's screened-in porch for over two years now without ever having any luck. Porch is north facing and never gets any direct sunlight. =(

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@craigthom: Thanks for the info. I will try an herbal garden. I did have great success years ago with a container garden on a sunny balcony (and I am one of those who is considered to not have a green thumb).