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9 comments:

  1. HI Marie! Love love love your blog. You are both an inspiration. You have a wonderful voice even though I've not heard it. I just happened to see that have done calendars on the past. Will you be offering one for 2018? Thanks. So much and please keep on blogging. You're amazing!~Sheila Bishop

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    1. Thank you so much, Sheila! I will not be doing a 2018 calendar though. Sorry about that!

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  2. Greetings Marie,
    I hope there be walks for 2019. If so, kindly send any info.

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    1. Please see my Forage Walks and Events Page above, or here:

      http://66squarefeet.blogspot.com/p/forage-walks-and-events_24.html

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  3. Do you sell hanepoot grape vines. I am interested in purchasing some

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  4. Hi Marie, I bought a key lime at a nursery last fall and even after my husband over watered it (it was sitting a large pot of water for days) it is beginning to thrive. I could see it was still losing leaves in the spring and as soon as night time temperatures were over 50 F I planted it in my front yard. I live in the Boston area so with nightmare temperatures under 50 F I took it out of the ground and put it in a large terracotta pot. I read your advice about watering, light meters,fertilizers, sunlight, and humidity. Should I be concerned that there could be worms in the soil I dug up with the plant? Any other thoughts?

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    1. Hi Stacey - for Boston, best to keep your citrus tree permanently in a pot that you move in and out. Its root system will remain more stable (it's been through a lot!). If the worms are earthworms a few might be OK, and may help with good drainage. Just don't over water - let the soil dry out between deep waterings, and give it the best light possible.

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  5. My heart aches for you for the loss of the plants at 18th street.
    We plant with such hope and and anticipate new growth, almost like a mother tends to a child. Your words made me picture a space with lush greenery and flowers filling the blank and otherwise stark area.

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