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Joined: 2013-07-17

Hello, I'm new to the site and fairly new to gardening. I don't raise much and have been battling it even though I want to do it. this is the FIRST year i am getting tomatoes to actually grow! (cherry tomatoes i do great) i'm very educated and can search and study just fine.

however, i'm trying to see if there is a way to find a local group of gardeners or something that can help me face to face. look at my garden, where it is, how i've done it, what's wrong and what's right. i have put hours into gardening and i just keep wasting my time and money and am losing hope :(

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Joined: 2013-07-30
hello and welcome

Hi Jacque. Welcome to the group. I am a member of a few gardening forums/community but fairly new here too. It may be good to share your location so we could suggest some lcoal groups if we know any.


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