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    Last summer's gardening...

    Is it summer yet?? I am so tired of this cold!! Here's some pictures of some gardening I did next to my driveway under the carport! I can't wait to start some new projects!
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    Nice Pics--looks Great!!

    PICS look real nice!!!

    I too would like to put together a nice little garden this year--But have no idea where to even start from, lol...

    I've never put together a garden, and for all of us amateurs I guess we have to start somewhere--Does anyone have any idea how I should get started??

    Lol--Thanks in advance-everyone!!

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      #3
      Thanks!

      Well, if you have not done much gardening, you might want to start out small. It can be a LOT of work depending on your project. The pictures I posted for that project took me about 2 weeks to finish. You should concider how much work you want to put into it and how much money you want to spend. Maybe look for ideas on the Internet. Also, you need to know the differences between annuals and perennials and make sure your plants are appropriate for the lighting conditions you will be putting them in or they will die. Start small and the work your way into bigger projects.

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        dolpins--youre definitely going to need to start off small as prodigy said. Also, what I strongly recommend is not to get started on any project until you know exactly what you like. Last summer, I had put together a small project of my own, starting it, w/out knowing exactly how I wanted it. Needless to say, it didn't work out exacly how I wanted it, and I will have much work to do this summer in fixing it, lol!

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          Test post please ignore.

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