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I am in zone 3..brrrr! I planted a "not too successful" first garden this year due to lack of having time to weed (it was not at my home) but I have property now where I am able to have a garden and tend to it more. I am so excieted that I already have it tilled ahead of time!

I know that I can't plant anything more this year outside due to winter coming but I was wondering if anyone has anything unique that I can grow inside for decoration like flowers or plants that we don't normally see in Wisconsin.

I am new to this so I greatly appreciate any comments/tips...

I do also have seeds (just your normal beet, radish, squash, brussel sprouts, brocolli, pea, etc seeds) so I am happy to send them out if requested.


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