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In a good way of course!

Well I came into work this morning and found an email inviting me to apply at a new community garden that is opening up a block away from where I am right now. The invite says that I can fence in my area as I see fit. That will be kind of interesting as I have no clue where to even begin when it comes to things like this. LOL I applied anyway because this may give me space to plant those Hoikkado watermelon seeds that I am blaming Steve Hoskins for tempting me to buy! LOL I also caved and bought some pole beans as well so this could be a great place to try my sunflower/cucumber/pole bean experiment. Lookie at me! A first time gardener already experimenting!
We've gotta get close enough to that helmet to pull the choke on it's engine and flood his mind! Or, we could just read this tiny ad:
5 Ways to Transform Your Garden into a Low Water Garden
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