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When DS was younger (youngest) I would plant a garden, but now I always think I will every Spring. Our dirt is not good. Always think about getting some big pots and grow cucumbers & tomatoes and maybe some herbs. Maybe this will be the year. I have a green thumb.
Kate in PA All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them- Walt Disney
A few years back, I planted some tomatoes, and they turned out well. Now, since I have two jobs, time for a garden is non-existent. I generally get a hanging basket of flowers for the hook in my front flower beds. Other than that, those beds have small shrubs,
My favorite homegrown vegetable is definitely tomatoes.