bwhite829
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Location: Pensacola, FL

just got it in!

hey all, just got my garden in. taking a quick lunch break before going out to water everything. starting from left to right i've got collards and turnips sharing a row, 1 full row of cabbage, spinach and cauliflower on 1 row, and then i've got some mustards and kale on a row and kohlrabi and carrots on my last row. sorry i don't know the exact size of the rows, its not a huge garden but its a decent size. i can't wait to see the veggies of my labor(pun intended :)

Hispoptart
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Location: Rangley, CO

Cool, it sounds so weird to hear of others just starting their garden when I am slowly watching mine end. Congrats though and can't wait to see pics.

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Good to hear. I'm glad someone's got some gardening going on. My garden is slowly petering out. The nighttime lows are into the 40s now, but if I can get through the next few days, there should be a string of nice weather.

Keep up updated on your garden's progress :wink:.
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bwhite829
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Location: Pensacola, FL

I should say I'm in FL and the temps have finally dipped to 60-70's during the cool part of the day. i think it climbed up to 85-90 degrees yesterday when i was finishing up. i hope its cool enough for what i planted, because my understanding is its got to be cool.

Hispoptart
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I think you should be ok. Your temps will continue to get cooler also. Just not as cold as we're going to get here.

hardland
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Location: Sth Florida

Your ahead of me. I'm in Sth FL, fort lauderdale, it's still 90' and humid here. I plan on getting some plants in the ground late Oct. I'v been out all morning getting the beds ready, I have some tomatos going in containers.
Hey there Mister,
Can you tell me what happened to the seeds iv'e sown,
can you give me a reason sir, as to why they've never grown,

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Starting up the garden is exciting!! Planning for next season is also fun! I love gardening because I can enjoy this hobby even when I'm not in the garden. Good luck with your garden everyone!

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