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Hello everyone. I thought I would introduce myself rather than just come in blindly to the forums. I am gardening in zone 5A and started gardening off and on a few years ago..I thought this year I would start my prepper square foot garden...Ya right!!! Nope the drought had better ideas for me..so hopefully next year will be better..so this winter I can look for heirloom seed that I would like to add to my garden and seed storage.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
I started to say hello on another forum to you, and got distracted ,So Hello !!! how are you and what are a few you might be looking for?Have you seen wintersown.org? Interesting place to look at tomatoes anyway, (vegie seeds there also)
I am sure there are DGer"s here that are willing to help with whatever you might be looking for'
Well. once again welcome and we will talk again I am sure.
Only plant that did well here in last years drought was Broad ripple currant , the Gardener's delight or Sugar lump plant did okay handling the lack of water and the 100 degree temperatures ,
Still watered them some, not much though...