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uppity
Stunning!
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gurukaram

Delicious - I want to hang out in that teen dream solarium! Lovely use of color and texture throughout.

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I love using this in a partial shade setting! And it's very hardy!

Great choice.
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sacapuntaslapioz

I DID IT FOR 12 years. It was called spacious NYC 1 bedroom. I bought a pair of winter socks and could not find a spot to store them. to live like that you must live in a place with 1 season.

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cami19

No, I could not. I know, because I DID live in two tiny houses, one right after the other. Living in them GAVE me claustrophobia. I did not have it before living in them, but I have had it ever since (25 years). I think it was the second one that did it to me -- every wall was covered in knotty pine paneling and it did not make the house feel cozy, it felt like the walls were closing in on me. Never again.

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jpp221
A great one-dish meal: steam it, then sautéed with some (cooked) white beans. Clear a spot in the bottom of the pan, and toast a tablespoon of Tomato paste and some fennel seed in that hotspot. Then stir it all up. Great. (a common Italian dish.)
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Kathleen Marineau

Fertilizer was mentioned, but not what type. Nitrogen heavy or potassium as the majority?

Last summer our chard seedlings must've drowned, a whole packet and only four plants made it into July. Leaves sunburned, short and scant. I couldn't figure out if it was too much sun or too much rain. 2 surviving plants finally came alive in September, our driest month, hidden under a rampant tomato.

We are on the eastern edge of the Alleghanies, West Virginia eastern panhandle, zone 5b or 6b depending on the chart. Like in weather forecasts, we are on the line between zones. Lots of wind on our forest cleared ridge.

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