Rebecca Norman wrote:Hey David, I love your books! I bought three of them on Amazon for Kindle recently and really enjoyed them. I like how they seem to have different info than other gardening books. Good stuff! And lively and fun to read.
Keith Kuhnsman wrote:David,
Welcome and a quick thanks for “Turned Earth (Jack Brocolli Book 1). Great fun, high spirited hijinks and whatnot. Really enjoyed it, although I did need to look up a few more gardening and plant related references. Looking forward to any further adventures.
Oh, and I really enjoyed all the actual gardening books also.
beth Cromwell wrote:Hi! Glad to see you here, I have been watching you beginning your garden, it will surely be an amazing feat if it grows much this first year...it looks like a terribly dry bit of earth! But if anyone can, my vote is for you! Thanks for bringing humor into my garden : )
s wesley wrote:Hey David! Push the Zone sounds like an amazing idea and something I am very interested in as I am in a climate that could probably stretch into different zones,
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Hi David! I often enjoy your videos. Your way of presenting makes everything / anything interesting.
But growing tropical plants here in the Netherlands...? Even growing the indigenous plants is difficult sometimes (for me).
r ranson wrote:Welcome back David!
Always great to see you around the forums.
Mary Kate Nelson wrote:Hey,
My first time writing in, I do enjoy looking over all the posts and replies.
I live in the Black Hills of SD and last fall the garden club went into Alliance Nebraska and visited a "greenhouse in the snow" where the man had dug underground about 4 ft and then piped about 70 ft of black 4" tubing into his underground greenhouse. He used polycarbonate above and the right angle to our latitude and he has been growing lemons, figs and other citrus for years. I'm not remembering his name off hand, but he now builds these kind of greenhouses for schools and residential use too. It was a great field trip to go on.
I am planning a greenhouse in my lower level, with a rocket stove to keep the chill off and more skylight windows to bring in the light.
I would love your books to give me some more ideas before jumping in with both feet. Thanks for sharing your wisdom, with fun!
Cameron Granger wrote:Woah- just watched you on the holistic health summit and now here you are! My wife and I are nervous to get grafting but your videos were great for building our confidence
Carla Burke wrote: Kinda new here, myself - as far as actually visiting. Looks like my timing was pretty... Good. ;) Thanks for coming back! I'm looking forward to learning from you!
Anthony DiDonato wrote:Not sure what happened here was posting to a site on reseeding to a grassy area and got posted to you page. Do like the thoughts on pushing the zone have done it every pace I have lived pretty much from Alaska to Alabama. It is amazing what you can grow where with a little creative thinking and strategic planting.
Kim Arnold wrote:Welcome to the forum! Glad you could visit. I'm just starting to read through your books, but I love the way you share a TON of information with a great sense of humor. It's fun to giggle through gardening books.
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