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13 comments

  1. April 10, 2013
    Mel Lea-Wood

    It’s fair o say I live in a completely different climate so my tips are probably no good, but keep it up veggie gardening is fun so many health benefits and really awesome free food. We started about 4 years ago and have never looked back 🙂

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  2. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Suburble

    I will definitely persevere (thanks for the encouragement, Mel!). I know that the benefits of having a veggie garden are huge… but I feel like I have a lot of learning to do. I’m hoping that this year is the one where I actually have a harvest. Even a small one would be a huge accomplishment!

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  3. April 10, 2013
    amy of while wearing heels

    How fun! Just like you, I am gardening challenged BUT this year, I want to try my hand at gardening as well. Unlike you, I am not as proactive as you. I don’t even have a pumpkin triplets at this point. Mine is still just a dream 🙂

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  4. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Suburble

    Oh, make that dream a reality so that we can share our trials and tribulations (or rotting seeds) together! I feel like I’m entering completely unchartered territory… this year is going to be a lot of trial and error.

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  5. April 10, 2013
    Happy Housie

    Totally hard! I remember the first yer I tried starting my seeds inside and my cats knocked over my whole tray of little seedlings one day while I was out… All that work in a pile on my kitchen floor. Last year my four year old and I planted our tomatoes waaaaay to close together and ended up with a scary tomato jungle. Learning curve… Hopefully this year goes better. Good luck!
    Krista @thehappyhousie

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  6. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Suburble

    Oh, I’m sure that I have many of those “amateur hour” accidents in store for me this year. I just have these grandiose ideas…. You’ll have to keep me posted on your garden attempts this year. I need a partner in crime! (or dirt!)

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  7. April 10, 2013
    SiloHillFarm

    Well, we only grow pumpkins, corn and hay here at Silo Hill Farm.
    Tara you have some comments on your guest post at Inspiration Cafe. Do you want to reply to them?

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  8. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Suburble

    Okay, you will be my go-to girl for information.. I swear, gardening is something that I really want to be good at!

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  9. April 10, 2013
    SiloHillFarm

    How fun! I grow tons of pumpkins on my farm…tons!

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  10. April 10, 2013
    Mekenzie Burton Crowder

    SPROUTS!!!!! That’s so awesome!

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  11. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Suburble

    It is… It’s the little peek-a-boo of hope that I needed to want to plant more seeds. The second time will be the last time, though. If these seed rot like their predecessors, then I’m just going to buy plants from the nursery. 😉

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  12. April 10, 2013
    MomHomeGuide

    Good luck! I find growing plants from seed to be tough — I’ve only have had luck with peas and sunflowers! So now, I buy the seedlings from the garden store instead of seeds.

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  13. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Suburble

    That may be the way I end up going. I just had this idea of the me and girls growing our own plants from seed… being the quintessential homesteader… generally kicking gardening ass…

    But started seedlings do sound much easier!

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