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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!
 
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