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Hfx_Cdn

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    This article was in the Tampa Bay Times today, thought it might be of interest to those who might like to try to see if they do have a green thumb:  http://www.tampabay.com/features/homeandgarden/diggin-florida-dirt-rvers-share-their-best-tips-for-on-the-go-gardening/2308050

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Laughnlove

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Thank You for your post! With about two years left before retiring, and becoming full-timers, I've often wondered how I could keep gardening! Thanks for the tips!
 
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Thanks for the post.
Microgreens and Sprouts are a good way to add nutrients to your diet.
As an avid veggie gardener, I'm resistant to leaving my garden behind. But a few tomato and pepper plants supplemented with microgreens and sprouts is better than nothing.
 

Skiplou

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Some great ideas in there I never thought of! I don't have much of a green thumb, but I wonder if being moved around frequently would affect how healthy the plants can be. Definitely something worth giving a try.
 

TimzxX

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Wow, I never would have thought it was possible to keep my favorite hobby if I lived in a RV. I think this article inspired a lot of people, just like me. I'm sorry to write this on this old thread, but I'd still like to ask what kind of tools would you use. I'm a newbie in this kind of stuff. However, in a RV, the space is limited, and I could not take them all with me. As far as I understand, it is pretty handy to have just one kind of tool that can do many different things. I can't afford to part with my green salads :)
 
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Reynadame

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Wow, I never would have thought it was possible to keep my favorite hobby if I lived in a RV. I think this article inspired a lot of people, just like me. I'm sorry to write this on this old thread, but I'd still like to ask what kind of tools would you use. I'm a newbie in this kind of stuff. However, in a RV, the space is limited, and I could not take them all with me. As far as I understand, it is pretty handy to have just one kind of tool that can do many different things. I can't afford to part with my green salads :) I found some excellent tree trimming tools on another forum, and I would love your opinion on this one. I will wait for your responses!
I think this forum is not suitable for these issues.
 
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