Monday, August 24, 2009

National Community Gardening Week Starts August 23, 2009

TOMATOES

A LIST OF SOME GREAT GARDENING LINKS.

1.http://www.urbangardensweb.com/2009/08/23/national-community-gardening-week-starts-today/

2.http://www.gardeningtipsnideas.com/2009/08/why_weeds_keep_us_out_of_the_garden.html

3.http://blog.douggreensgarden.com/cold-tolerant-petunias/

4.http://gardening.about.com/od/totallytomatoes/ss/TomatoSeeds.htm

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6.http://www.coldclimategardening.com/2009/08/18/3685/

7.http://lonadawn.blogspot.com/2009/08/rose-of-sharon.html (HOCKING HILLS GARDENER)

8.http://www.myqualitytime.net/2009/08/change-world-wednesday-time-to-start.html (A PLUG FOR MY OWN BLOG)

9.

WE CAN CHANGE THE WORLD ONE GARDEN AT A TIME.

 

9 comments:

JOE TODD said...

this is all well and good, but did you know that National Teddy Bear Day is November 14????

this is from Linda

Julie Magers Soulen said...

Is that a new photo I see for your mast head? It's awesome. Love the refection of the clouds in the water. I'll let my bears know about the upcoming big day. ;)

Cheers!
http://juliemagerssoulen.blogspot.com

Small Footprints said...

I love this ... and thank you for posting the video about saving heirloom tomato seeds. I have my first heirloom plant this year ... it's been extremely slow in growing but I think we'll get at least one tomato. So ... I want to save the seeds and next year, get a plant growing early.

Thanks for all the links ... now I've got lots to check out!

Great motto!! :)

Small Footprints
http://reducefootprints.blogspot.com

Indoor grow lights said...

Cool! Good blog! I'll mention it in my next blogpost and it'll turn up on my new blogroll.

SandyCarlson said...

I would love to be a part of a community garden. I would love to do the grunt work and learn from people who know how.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Joe/Linda, Thanks for visiting my blog. Please come back anytime! My hubby and I are retired and into gardening. However our garden is full of FLOWERS and not veggies. We grow hybrid tea roses --along with many other perennials.

The Community Gardening idea sounds very interesting. Seems like it is something that many people should be interested in. Thanks for sharing...

Betsy

Janie said...

Community gardening sounds like a great idea.

Sue said...

Hi Joe,
Thanks for your comment on my veggie garden post. I used to garden at the apartment where my daughter lived, and her neighbor upstairs took an interest, so I divided the garden with him and his girlfriend the second year. They ended up abandoning their section, so I had to get rid of the weeds. When she moved, I tried to get her landlord to let our local community gardens organization garden there, but I think he ended up planting grass over it, or just kept it mowed.

Community gardens are awesome!

Tony Letts said...

Very useful blog. I'm one of the weirdos who doesn't like tomartos (that's how we pronounce them lol)