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June 18th, 2014
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A new group for everyone who just loves to plant
8 3 6 0
June 12th, 2014
10:12 PM
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Howdy Folks! Welcome to the heirloom vegetable gardening community of north Texas! Exchanging seeds and any information about all heirloom vegetables grown in Texas.
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May 27th, 2014
06:58 PM
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Those of us gardeners who do not wish to till the soil, don't have space for gardens or too old to bend over!
44 6 23 1
May 23rd, 2014
07:37 PM
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for all of us texans to gather information.share information and swap stories and intel.smiles. coure ya'll knows i wanna chat with everybody?so ANYBODY WHO LOVES GARDENING feel free TO COME ON IN AND SIT A SPELL AMONGST FRIENDS. KICK YER HEELS UP ENJOY A CUPPA JOE AND GET TA JAWING....LOL
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April 19th, 2014
08:20 AM
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A group for anyone who saves seeds each year. Not really caring about crossbreeding as long as there is desired traits and no wierd crossbreeding (sweet with hot peppers). Some for fun while others out of neccesity (extreme weather conditions). Lets talk about results, trading, and this tradtional method.
11 2 11 6
April 17th, 2014
10:50 PM
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A group for those interested in food plants that are indigenous to the areas they live.
13 2 3 0
April 9th, 2014
02:06 PM
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A group to discuss ideas and tips to deal with and overcome the challenges unique to gardening in high altitude, alkaline soil, and dry climate. Plants and techniques that work in Arizona, Utah, etc.
6 1 2 0
April 9th, 2014
02:05 PM
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new to heirloom gardening and dont have much in seeds yet. Will try anything. Have plenty of Aussie stamps to trade. Later on maybe seeds when I get some spare seeds.
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April 9th, 2014
02:03 PM
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For gardener's who grow indoors (or would like to learn more about it) for reasons such as: to grow tasty veggies/herbs during winter months, outdoor pollution, any reason at all.
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March 25th, 2014
03:08 PM
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