To help celebrate National Garden Month 2006, we've invited our visitors to share their garden tales with us. We hope you'll find inspiration in their stories and appreciate the pride of your fellow gardeners.
I live in a sixplext apartment, with a very little strip of ground 1' front and back going north and south. the north side has a flower bed, and the south has clothes line,no area for a garden.some of my neighbors/landlord got in conflict over the specfics over the garden,the neighbor took soem of my fowers out and put them somewhere in the garden, that really upset me, it is like uprooting children from one school and put them in another. Now we can't plant anything in the ground.We have a wirewood fence on both sides of the complex,so I decided to hanging flower planters,and pot, from the fence. Theorically, there not in the ground.I have started some pes and beans 2 types in them, they are now 5" high, I am so excited.It looks so pretty on the fences.
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