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  1. This is great,would love to win a gift card,so I can start buying my garden suppiles! Thank You for the chance!

  2. I am super excited for spring planting! I want to try growing different types of flowers this year than I typically do!

  3. I am an Experiential Gardener, too… an old FFA Aggie from waaaaaaaaaaay back! A garden, for me, is largely about hope: that we’ll be alive in Sept. to eat the stuff we planted in May! And seed starting in January is the beginning of that Great Hope! The daffodils flowered today, 6 of my hot pepper seeds sprouted, and our 3 etrogs (citrons) are still hanging in there on our potted etrog trees! There’s hope! πŸ™‚

  4. I planted several Lilies in the fall last year. I’m hoping they all grow. Winning this giveaway will allow me to expand the garden. Thanks for the opportunity.

  5. Thanks for the chance to win! I look forward to having a mini garden on my balcony this year

  6. Hope I can win. It would help me take care of my parents just like they took care of me when i was younger 😭

  7. I’m so excited for the spring . Going to try doing my vegetables from seed for the first time . Love your website .

  8. Am really looking forward to gardening this year and starting to prepare. Will be checking out more of your site.

  9. I have so many plants in pots and they are growing great – I really need to separate as they are getting way too crowded. Not sure just what is the right way to go about separating and re-potting. Hope this blog/website can help. Also, would love to learn more about the right types of fertilizer for each specific plant. Oui, so much to do and Spring is right around the corner.

    1. Hello JeanD,
      If they are perennials, they can be divided in the spring, although fall is the best time for perennials that will flower in the spring. Here is a blog about how to divide perennials: https://www.experientialgardener.com/fall-is-the-time-to-divide-and-transplant-perennials/. If they are houseplants, this may be helpful: https://www.swansonsnursery.com/blog/how-to-repot-a-plant.
      I like to use these natural fertilizers on outside plants: Garret Juice Plus, Texas Green Sand (mixed into the soil), fish emulsion, blood meal, bone meal and Dyno Dirt (locally available in Denton, TX). Google the name of the plant and natural fertilizer or NPK to find their specific needs. Happy gardening.

      1. Thanks for your response Rebecca – truly appreciate your advise. I’m really anxious to see what Texas Green Sand and Dyno Dirt are – sounds really interesting

  10. I would love to be able to learn more about gardening by following your social media accounts!

  11. I love spring, that’s when all my flowers bloom. I can use any garden tips you have. πŸ™‚

  12. Thank you this was a very exciting and interesting contest to enter. I also learned alot .

  13. I’m one crazy plant lover and any Vegetable that I Can grow for Smoothies and Juice is even better!

  14. Thanks for the gift card (opportunity) and the tips. Great pointers for someone who’s interested in eating more locally & organically πŸ™‚

  15. Thanks, I’m ready to plant now. My grandson wants to do pumpkins and I want to look into planting a blueberry bush.

  16. I’m so ready for spring and ready to plant a garden. Hoping for a great year of growing my favorite vegetables!

  17. I’ve never grown thyme before. I really have been enjoying your Facebook posts and especially the spring flowers and garden goodies. It’s early here in PA still to plant, but your posts are sure getting me in the mood to plant. Thank you

  18. I can’t wait to start planting in my garden. I plant around Mother’s Day weekend. I love this giveaway! I could use the giftcard to buy more flowers for my flower garden! I need more trees planted this year.

  19. I’m envious of your gardens! I live in northern Michigan so our growing season is very short. Wish we had a longer growing season like you do.

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