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:oops: And perhaps a few more considering I've never heard of several of those.
The longer I'm on this site the more I feel like a gardening/plant noob. We're going to the library this afternoon (I've been putting off due to a bad experience with this one many years ago. Maybe I'll share that story elsewhere...) and I'm going to check out every book I can get my hands on about gardening.
I have to be honest though, given my inquisitive nature reading will more than likely bring on more questions than less :lol: Maybe they just won't be such naive questions.
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We are all helping each other advance our knowledge, increasing the knowledge and wisdom of the community, a wonderful thing! I had been gardening and reading about gardening for twenty years when I came here and I have still learned a ton in my year and a half here!
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rainbowgardener wrote:We are all helping each other advance our knowledge, increasing the knowledge and wisdom of the community, a wonderful thing! I had been gardening and reading about gardening for twenty years when I came here and I have still learned a ton in my year and a half here!
I have to agree. I've learned more in several months on this forum than I have from several garden books. It's just hard to beat first-hand knowledge :wink:.
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garden5 wrote:
I have to agree. I've learned more in several months on this forum than I have from several garden books. It's just hard to beat first-hand knowledge :wink:.
NOT several months-- a YEAR; you've been hanging around here a year now! HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! :)

We need to have something like (virtual) one year pins, two years, five years..... to hand out!
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rainbowgardener wrote:
garden5 wrote:
I have to agree. I've learned more in several months on this forum than I have from several garden books. It's just hard to beat first-hand knowledge :wink:.
NOT several months-- a YEAR; you've been hanging around here a year now! HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! :)

We need to have something like (virtual) one year pins, two years, five years..... to hand out!
Thanks for noticing, RG; I just looked and realized it myself :D. Time sure flies when you're talking about gardening, doesn't it?

I like the idea of a pin, maybe a little crop icon near your avatar. There could be a different one for each year. :idea:

Anyway, to get back on topic, [url=https://www.organicsforall.org/vegetables.htm]here[/url] is a helpful table.
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