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[quote:Anonymous Coward 508782:MV82ODU5MjVfMTA0Njg3NDVfMkU5NzlDOEE=] If you're serious about growing I would suggest building a small greenhouse about 10 ft long by 5 ft wide with a concrete slab under the soil and a concrete border around the perimeter of the soil that rises above the soil. They was you can eliminate unwanted influences (like bugs) and have a controlled laboratory environment to grow in year round. [/quote]
Gardening Question #1: Should I prepare a raised bed for my veggies? And why or why not? What do those that use raised beds use as a border?
Question #2: Can I plant fruit trees in the Winter? I am in Atlanta. How big should/can they be when I plant them?
Yes, I am in the stocking up stage for gerdening books but I would like to take advantage of the massive collective knowledge on this board, while we still can. I have my heritage seeds. I hear they are hard to grow. No matter.
Any other questions or comments are welcome.
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