Hello from the PNW!

cigarstoreindian

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Hello from the Seattle, WA region, looking to more than double our vegetable & flower gardens this year (less lawn, much more garden) and grow all from seed...big undertaking, but a worthwhile investment. Interested in heirloom plants, getting into harder-to-find heirloom beans, tomatoes this year, hoping to help preserve seed that's getting lost and share with others. Hope to learn a lot from you folks via these forums as well...happy gardening~
 

baymule

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Welcome from Texas. You will like it here, jump in the conversations and make yourself at home.
 

YourRabbitGirl

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Hello from the Seattle, WA region, looking to more than double our vegetable & flower gardens this year (less lawn, much more garden) and grow all from seed...big undertaking, but a worthwhile investment. Interested in heirloom plants, getting into harder-to-find heirloom beans, tomatoes this year, hoping to help preserve seed that's getting lost and share with others. Hope to learn a lot from you folks via these forums as well...happy gardening~
Welcome to the forums. that sounds great. I hope you have more time to take care of it. the wider it gets the more the work it needs.. good luck!!
 

Zeedman

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Hello from the Seattle, WA region, looking to more than double our vegetable & flower gardens this year (less lawn, much more garden) and grow all from seed...big undertaking, but a worthwhile investment. Interested in heirloom plants, getting into harder-to-find heirloom beans, tomatoes this year, hoping to help preserve seed that's getting lost and share with others. Hope to learn a lot from you folks via these forums as well...happy gardening~
I like that strategy, since I have been gradually converting my lawn as well. I've come to think of it less as grass, than as a green manure which I will eventually turn under. ;)

Welcome to TEG, you will find many like-minded people here, including some from the West coast.
 
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