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great blog thanks
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I loved reading the info on the dahlias. Man for years I have been trying without much success until last winter. My friend who goes to Arizona every winter let me store my dahlias in her heated garage. I think it probably was 50 degree . Never having any luck EVER just put the tubers in a brown paper bag from the grocery store and through peat moss on them. Wow was I surprised in the spring to see the signs of life ( green sprouts) smiled and just shook my head. Hoping to do it again this year…
Thanks for the email on your blog. Great stuff, I hope you will write
results of fish head tomatoes……..
Alliums and clematis are some of my favorites. I have quite a few clematis
blooming now. Do stop by.. Here tomorrow or monday morning.
Love Digging RI…..the information is so informative and helpful as we go through the winter months ….starving to “plant tomatoes”…..and flowers of course. As long as you “”Specialists” continue to write, we will continue to read for sure. Thanks again for encouraging my green thumb to stay “green” as I look forward to planting the beautiful sunflower seeds with my grandchildren.
Great articles as always…..
Thanks for reading, and for the positive feedback.
Herb Doc is my favorite….sorry guys….but that’s the way it is…..I am holistic thinking and really appreciate someone with the knowledge to keep me on track….keep the articles coming. PLEASE
Thanks for the compliment, Joyce! It’s great to know what the readers want to hear about and what they respond to. Stay tuned…more herb and holistic stuff on the way! 🙂
Hey, y’all. What’s your new website url? I forgot to bookmark it and nothing in the links is ringing a bell.
Here it is:
All feedback is welcome!
I love your work. This is truly special. I’ve just nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. Keep up the good work. The team is brilliant.
Thank you! And thanks for reading.
Hey, dn. I tried replying to you via email, but it was returned. Having trouble?
My email is : email@example.com
Use that and see.
Sent from my iPod
That’s what I used. I’ll try again.
so strange. it seems to block what you send, but I get my other messages.
Hello I’m retiring from the military and we are moving to Newport for a few years. I have limited experience with gardening and want to learn how to create a sustainable garden. We will eventually retire to the state of Maine. Can you suggest Anywhere to volunteer or work to gain organic gardening experience? Or “to the point” books? Simple layman’s terms. I appreciate your time.
Why don’t you think about taking the University of RI Master Gardener course? It’s really worthwhile. Go here for more info:
One of the best sustainable gardening books is: Bringing Nature Home by Douglas Tallamy
Hi dirtynails. My name is Jamie Coelho and I am an editor at RI Monthly magazine. I enjoy your blog. We may feature it in an upcoming article about local bloggers. Can you send me an email with the best way to reach you? Thank you!
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