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March 06, 2010


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Michelle Sidles

I was pleasantly surprised to find my much ignored compost bin was hard at work this winter and full of finished compost! I pulled all the weeds out of my also much neglected raised garden bed and spread my compost out on it. And then sort of mixed it in with my pitchfork. You're making me think that I may possibly be cut out for gardening. ;)

Got some tiny sprouts growing in my kitchen window and am getting SUPER excited for outdoor planting! :)

Thanks for the info.

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