Hello, I am new to this board, I am at present growing allsorts,
peppers, tomatoes, herbs, broccoli, sprouts, courgettes radishes,
carrots broad beans, peas, I have been vegie growing now for three
years and just love it. I look forward to chatting with other green
fingered friends moo
Welcome. But this isn't really a "board" or "forum" or "chat room".
Gardenbanter is simply a gateway to the Usenet...and often not what
one expects from boards or forums or chatrooms.
Good luck and good growing. Beware the turbulence of the Usenet.
"So give me a turbulent world as opposed to a quiet world and I'll
take the turbulent one." --- Andy Grove
Hi there. Besides lurking a bit last year I am new here, too. I am in
zone 5 and at the moment have tomatoes, peppers (all sorts), broccoli,
swiss chard, various peas and beans, onions, various squash, various
cukes, spinach, carrots, beets, radishes, lettuce, herbs.... I am surely
forgetting something. Anyway, I have the garden set up with an electric
fence and have most things outside already (hoping we're past the last
frost). I started everything from seed except asparagus, horseradish and
various berries. Am hoping for a water garden for watercress and a few
other things like that. I look forward to my crop, which I am going to
try very hard to keep organic if I can! I'm also doing a lot with
flowers this year.
> Hello, I am new to this board, I am at present growing allsorts,
> peppers, tomatoes, herbs, broccoli, sprouts, courgettes radishes,
> carrots broad beans, peas, I have been vegie growing now for three
> years and just love it. I look forward to chatting with other green
> fingered friends moo
Hi. I'm new here also.
My name is Steven, from San Diego, California.
I am at present growing tomatoes also.
Nice to meet you!
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