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Gardening-What flower and vegetable seeds are best to start indoors first?

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

SPRING is in the air, and I’m getting inspired! My husband got me a little heated/indoor green house, and I want to start growing some seeds. What flowers and fruits/vegetables are easy to start from seed?

I am interested in attracting hummingbirds and butterflies to my yard, so I try to plant as many flowers that attract them.

Also,we have a lot of critters living on /around our property. I might have a vegetable container garden.-so i can bring the plants in at night. What fruits/vegetables grow well in containers?

Thanks for your help! Happy gardening!

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    What are some natural ways to keep deer out of a vegetable garden?

    Saturday, January 22nd, 2011

    HELP! We have a bunch of deer that have been hanging around our yard this past winter and now that it is planting season, they need to be evicted! What are some "natural" ways to get rid of them so they don’t eat the garden? We won’t shoot them, so don’t throw that one at me! I also don’t want to spray chemicals on my vegetables. That is the biggest reason we are growing them ourselves. A fence is also not a practical solution. Thanks for your help!

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      yahoo maps?

      Tuesday, December 28th, 2010

      My company, Heirloom Gardens & Interior Decor in College Station, TX. 77845 has a flower shop. When we give our address as the starting address of 12900 Old Wellborn Rd., College Station, TX. 77845 and the address of where the delivery is to be made, it prints out a competitor’s address, Twin Petals Flower Shop (936) 825-1970 and our physical address. How can this be corrected? I am the VP of Finance and located here in Kendalia, Tx. at 830-336-3002, the number at Heirloom the retail location is 979-695-2944. You can speak with Sherry to correct this problem. Their e-mail address is heirloomgardens@earthlink.net. Thanks for your help. Dan Kubin

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      Can I start doing anything for my gardening now?

      Thursday, November 18th, 2010

      Hi!
      I know it’s only February, but I’m anxiously awaiting gardening season. (Vegetable gardening, that is.) I’m wondering if there is anything I can start doing in preparation for my garden now or soon. I live in New England, so of course there’s snow. But are there any plants that should be started inside, or anything else I can start working on? I’ll be selling a lot of my vegetables, too. Thanks for your help!

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      BARISTAS HELP! Bought my first espresso machine, now what? What are the extra accessories I need?

      Saturday, November 6th, 2010

      I just bought my first espresso machine; it’s "DeLonghi BCO130T Combination Coffee/Espresso Machine". Here is the link to the product:

      http://www.amazon.com/DeLonghi-BCO130T-Combination-Espresso-Machine/dp/B000F2M16O/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=home-garden&qid=1205453139&sr=1-1

      I’m pretty good at navigating the net, but I cannot find a place that tells me exactly what I need! Do I get a grinder for beans? Also, I was going to get a frothing pitcher and a thermometer, do I really need these? I was also looking into getting some of the espresso pods. I know that they won’t taste as good, but it will be great for those mornings when I’m in a rush! The pods say that your machine has to be designed to accept "ESE" coffee pods. I was looking at the machine’s manual online and couldn’t find this anywhere. Is there anything else I need? Oh and by the way, I usually drink lattes and stuff like that. Thanks for your help in advance!!! =o)

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      Vegetable Gardening!!?

      Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

      Hey! Well, i have a question about vegetable gardening, but first I’m going to tell you all the things I’m growing just in case it affects your answer in some way. I’m growing: Zucchini, Cucumbers, Jalepenos, herbs (varied), Tomatoes,and Bush Pole Beans. My question is about my cucumbers and Zucchini. I have realized that they both become huge and it kind of takes over. Can you thin them and cut some stems off of them to make more room for other veggies? Thanks for your help!

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