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TOPIC: Spring is here so let's talk about some gardening preps and tips
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SA,

If I has the same koi setup as you, I would have moved all my orchids around that area. It is absolutely perfect for warm growing dendrobiums and phalaenopsis ;). Both of which are above your kitchen sink on the bow window sill.

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Okee dokee!

Grilled Koi and home grown taters for all!

Chesapeake VA
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Once Carrie gets this big Koi pond out of the way and set up at her place, we're gonna use that area to start a garden.

Should be fun!!

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You've not had spud unless you've tasted one that you grew yourself organically.

I don't grow my veggies because its cheaper. It costs a boatload of money to grow your own veggies.

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Fresh potatoes and garlic from the garden are so much different than store-bought. At least here in non-moronville.

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"Why do people bother growing things that are cheap and plentiful at the grocery store?'

Because you never know if the stuff you buy in the store is a GMO that will give you cancer!

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home grown is cool, Last year we did a few different types in areas we hadn't finished landscaping .

this year it looks like we are going to have 5 small raised bed gardens

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I prefer to buy potatoes in a bag.

Why do people bother growing things that are cheap and plentiful at the grocery store? Why not relatively expensive things where fresh from your garden make an incredible difference, like bell peppers, green beans, etc?

Now, perhaps I'm being naive. Are home-grown potatoes noticeably different than store-bought?

My home grown lemons, pineapple and grapefruit have always been awesome... but that's another story...

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Let's get things going on the right foot. Last year somebody had posted about growing potatos in a bag, I lost the link , but I am sure I saw it in one of the posts in the forums.

Lets hear what other tips and things you do for the start of the growing season

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