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    Quote Originally Posted by OHR View Post
    Garlic water huh.....how much?
    Hey OHR. I just used a whole garlic head and crushed in my garlic press. I put the garlic in a spray bottle and added water. Every time the water got low, I would add more water to the bottle. One pressing lasted the whole season for me because I just added more water to the garlic in the bottle.

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    Thanks ladies!

    I'm going to take a pic tomorrow and post so you can see the area I'm planning to garden.

    Just got my shrubs to do my front bed this week. Came home yesterday and my ex-h and son had planted the plants! YAY!

    It makes the front look so much better. I just need to put down mulch.

    My outside is coming along. Just wish I had the funds to do everything at once (sprinklers, grass, garden, etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lockolatte View Post
    Hey OHR. I just used a whole garlic head and crushed in my garlic press. I put the garlic in a spray bottle and added water. Every time the water got low, I would add more water to the bottle. One pressing lasted the whole season for me because I just added more water to the garlic in the bottle.
    Ok...I'm going to try this once the plants are in the ground. Thanks again!!!









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    Quote Originally Posted by twix36 View Post
    Just got my shrubs to do my front bed this week. Came home yesterday and my ex-h and son had planted the plants! YAY!
    yAy indeed, twix!









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    since I am new to gardening, I went a bit crazy buying seeds. I was wondering if anyone is interested in seed swapping?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redecouverte View Post
    since I am new to gardening, I went a bit crazy buying seeds. I was wondering if anyone is interested in seed swapping?

    LOL! You couldn't help yourself huh?

    So Red have you planted your seeds yet? I just got some plants today and I am excited. I am going to put them in larger containers now--roma tomatoes, peppers,cucumbers and strawberries to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creativity View Post
    LOL! You couldn't help yourself huh?

    So Red have you planted your seeds yet? I just got some plants today and I am excited. I am going to put them in larger containers now--roma tomatoes, peppers,cucumbers and strawberries to start.
    Don't forget to take photos of your plants. It's amazing how fast everything grows.

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    Yes I sure will Lockolatte. I will also get a few more and then take pics all at once. I hope I don't kill the little guys.

    Oh and thanks for the garlic water tip!
    Last edited by creativity; 05-22-2011 at 01:02 PM.

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    I'm not sure, but I heard cayenne pepper is also good to deter bugs.
    I need to do some online research and grow a garden as well.
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    Had no idea this was a section NP. (Yay for the search feature.) I'd been wanting to grow tomatoes and bell peppers for a while b/c the organic ones are so pricey. I was gifted plants of both, but the tomatoes quickly died when repotted. I do NOT have a green thumb. The peppers are still growing, though. They've been the same size for over a week now. I'm growing them indoors. Anyone else grow indoors?

    I'm going to try the tomatoes again once I get more edumakashun. I should get a book. Make it a part of my summer reading.

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