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March 04, 2013

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Helen

You're my kind of anarchist! I'm a working mother of a preschooler and a baby, and a very frustrated gardener! I can't seem to make any progress in the garden, so I'm going to enjoy reading your blog instead, at least until the evenings are lighter and I can get out there unhindered...

Dawn

Thanks Helen - and take heart - it won't be *that* long before you can all garden together. Although I use the term 'garden' loosely.

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Very loosely. Forget quiet and relaxing. Think extreme gardening :-) and Vive la revolution!

Joseph Farinaccio

Dawn, I too am feeling very bored with winter. Planting things like this indoors, in small spaces no less, is an excellent way to look forward to the warmth of Spring. I am currently prepping our square foot garden beds.

Gareth

It's been one long winter and its still with us despite spring equinox on Wednesday! I'm currently snowed in as Glossop where I live is covered with snow and 3ft to 5 ft drifts ! Spring please spring!!

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