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Hello. I am a mother and wife with a family of 11 (parents and kids). We love to garden and are attempting to create an eco-friendly, green, edible garden to do our part for planet earth and save money. We have taken down most of the weeds, began reviving the rose bushes, sowed some vegetable seeds but are still in need of strawberry, blueberry, seedless grape, dward lemon, dwarf blood orange, drawf kumqats and a willow tree... oh yes, we even started a Worm House!!! :D

Truthfully we'll plant anything, especially food producing things to help cut down on grocery expenses and have the pleasure of saying "from our backyard"...

Nice to meet you at TOF Almanac && Happy Gardening!!! :)-meoc

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We are from the Bay Area, CA, USA...

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Joined: 2011-06-20
I have many kinds of seeds

I have kumquat seeds, but I don't think they are dwarf. I've been told you can dwarf anything, just keep trimming it. I also have strawberry seeds from delicious plants in my yard. They taste like heirlooms but they are volunteers--birds probably dropped them. I also bought many kinds of organic seeds the other day and would like to share them.


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