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Wannabe gardener from Trivandrum
June 3, 2013
6:03 pm
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nocnoi
Trivandrum
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Hello all,

 

I've been following GeekGardener for a while now. I am a wannabe gardener from Trivandrum. I live in a rented apartment and have only a small balcony (5 ft X 12 ft approx). I am interested in container gardening, there isn't much else I can do anyway. 

I am not very confident about my gardening abilities, but I do want to grow my own food. I grew a tomato plant last year with less than average results, I got maybe 7 tomatoes in all and the plant suffered and died because of the aphids and ants Cry.

Anyway, I have ordered some seeds from Garden Guru. Keeping fingers crossed for my next attempt. Interacting with fellow gardeners will help me stay on the right track, I'm sure.

Thanks all. Looking forward to interacting with everyone.

Cheers,

Nisha.

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July 10, 2013
7:59 pm
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Sudhir Nair
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Welcome to this forum.Looking forward to the progress with the seeds you bought.

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