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[cg] Loisville Allotment Gardens

I just wanted to say a special Thank you to everyone that responded to my
question on community gardens in Kentucky.

A big cyber smile and handshake. I think I missed a personal reply to one
person (sorry I filed it in a hurry) . I  belive I have 4-5 Different
choices so I am sure there will be one near me.
I had no idea I am pleased.
So there is hope if the apartment complex I am moving to won't let me dig
in their dirt.

Right now I am living in a ruaral town where if you want a garden you just
plant one!
Thanks again!!


Master Gardener Intern (Student),  Zone 7a low of 9F this year in not yet
Humid Cullman, Alabama.

"If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need."
                                                             - Cicero

"If life is a process of discovering who we are, Y2K is when we find out."
                                Tom Atlee, President, Co-Intelligence Institute

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