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Old 03-21-09, 03:32 PM   #5
Higgy
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It was the most basic one I could find and it's called Grow Vegetables.

Amazon.com: Grow Vegetables: Gardens - Yards - Balconies - Roof Terraces: Alan Buckingham, Jo Whittingham: Books

It's given me some really good ideas on some things I'd like to do to my garden and where to plant them. A couple of things I didn't know about certain vegetables. I haven't read it in full, and I'm sure there's a lot more I can learn from it.

Basically...tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, beets, beans, onions (that's all I did last year), and I think this year I may add some snap peas, lettuce...and if I'm adventurous I may do one corn stalk. Depends how much room I have. I over did some things last year cause we wanted to make baby food for the kids, so we may not do as much of the same thing and do more of a variety instead.
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