How Many People, If Any, Start Their Own Plants?

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  1. Marie Mallery

    Marie Mallery Very Well-Known Member
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    Don,its not worth the effort at the time ,too much going on. And I don't see anything slowing down but us,but it may be a good idea for younger less busy people,thank you.
     
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    That is what many people say about gardening any time--it isn't worth the effort when you can just go to the store.
     
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    DOn it is worth the effeort to us but so much is going on I haven't even turned my compost but once. I have a little vinegar water for the pitiful looking blueberry plant that is waiting fro me to use and it needs fertilizer.
    ASpring snunk up on us this year. Chicken pens need cleaning too.
    Its just getting to be so much now.
     
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    Sometimes it gets away from us I just potted my last 4 tomato plants and two basil plants, and I feel like I plowed an acre by hand. It was worth it I'll look forward to the tomatoes one plant has a green tomato on it already.
    You mentioned chickens I do miss those fresh eggs, I miss having chickens.
     
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