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In the North with a bit of effort

Posted by tsugajunkie z5 SE WI (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 4, 13 at 22:36

Some of you may have seen this thread, but some not. It shows what can be done in the north with (quite) a bit of effort.

tj

Here is a link that might be useful: Iowa succs?


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RE: In the North with a bit of effort

Thank you for the trip. I really enjoyed it now during this cold cold winter. I can never do all that work now. It must be a hard ship doing all that during winter. But look at the rewards!
Stush


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RE: In the North with a bit of effort

He does do a lot of work. Too bad he's somewhat of a drive by poster or I'd ask a few questions. He may come back and answer but he is just as likely to disappear for a year or two.

tj


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Wow!...just 'a bit of effort'?

I wonder how that would all fare with Snow-mageddon coming to New England tomorrow. Getting ready to closely monitor my small greenhouse...

Tom


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check the palm forum he is in there more than others and he is on a few other boards I frequent alot more regular.


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Thanks Mike.

tj


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RE: In the North with a bit of effort

Thanks for bumping this up tsugajunkie...

Woooaah! JimHardy, very very cool! The lights in the tents, really liking that...

And it's incredible how/that you've got those plants looking so healthy - pat yourself on the back a bunch of times for the whole thing!

Even if your neighbors don't care too much for plants, I sure hope they appreciate your efforts and bringing something different to the neighborhood...

Looks lively and fun... excellent!


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