Hello Dianne, thanks so much for your welcome. I would love to visit gardens, and will sign up for the Turners Garden visit on March 25. I am really keen to look around the site and I really do enjoy the idea of connecting with like minded folk!
Thank you ever so much for your warm welcome. My apologies for the late reply, i have been busy working. Thank you for the local info, I shall definitely keep my eye out on whats happening and where. I would love to go to the garden visits as I'm eager to learn :) I have just noticed some of my seedling starting to sprout which I'm so thrilled about. I'm heading to purchase some more tomorrow. :) Looking forward to a thriving Veggie garden.
Hi Dianne, Thanks for your email and welcome. Until last year I was receiving the groups emails and loved reading about the garden visits which always seemed to take place at a time I had to work! Now I am working less, I am keen to get to know you and some of your lovely members who I am sure agree, there is nothing like getting your hands in the dirt! Will hopefully meet you this Sunday.
Thank You very much for your warm welcome. I think when I move back to Thailand, (from a Jungle in Laos), I will start a small Permie farm, hopefully this year... up North, in TH. The climate there is probably similar to QL. Then I will certainly be much more active on the net...
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