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    Default Good Morning let me introduce myself

    Hello I'm kath 55, slightly disabled, though im still managing to hold down a job

    unfortunately I'm unable to do any kneeling an very little bending due to acute O.A in the knees acute (hips / back ) normal level of O.A. In my other joints
    But I'm determined that this can be worked around though with a little advice from your Good selves !

    I will be honest I know nothing about ' growing things ' soil PH levels but am a willing student

    I would like to grow produce free from chemicals if possible an make my own compost ( will this attract flies though I wonder lol Told ya I was a novice

    Anyways that's enough tabbed from me for now Look forward to constructive help an advice from any of you experienced Good people

    Kindest Regards

    Kath

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    Hello and welcome to the vine Kath

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    Hello Kath! What are you planning to grow?
    Imagination is everything, it is a preview of what is to become.

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    Hello Kath and welcome.
    High level planters may suit you - something like these - http://www.growfruitandveg.co.uk/gra...ter_72438.html
    You could also grow fruit bushes or patio fruit trees. Once they're planted all you have to do is give them a prune to keep them in shape and, of course, pick and eat the fruit. Always the best part!!
    Garden like a Chicken
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    Hello Kath, welcome to the 'Vine.

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    Hey Kath, welcome!
    x Tinabalerina x

    When the work is done and the garden is fine, the fun will flow as will the wine - Me!

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    Hello Kath,welcome to the vine,you may be a new kid on the vine block,but you defo not old,
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    Hello Kath, welcome to the forum, I'm sure you will learn a lot here!
    The best things in life are not things.

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