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:wave:Well as the user name suggests you will be hearing from me often but with the added bonus of me asking all the easy questions. I have adopted a vege garden but never attempted to grow anything in WAs sandy soil. Although I will be asking many questions I ask for you patience as well as your help as it is truely appreciated. Thanking you all in advance
Hi and welcome:wave::wave: there is never any silly questions but if you don’t ask you will never know so enjoy,:tup::tup:
welcome to ALS :wave:
Welcome to ALS :wave: theres planty of friendly folk here to answer your questions and an amazing range of knowledge and experiences :tup:
Hi SQ and welcome
this is the place you will pick up heaps of information from some of the smartest people in a screen.
I have already picked up heaps of info, though not completely new to gardening I have still learnt some tricks ets. for my garden ,my chooks and even how to make bread.
So get ready for brain overload and enjoy:wave:
Hi and welcome. I dont believe in silly questions but I have been known to give silly answers;) If you are a complete novice can I suggest the Great Gardens seminars which are run all over the state (and better yet FREE). Good info on how to build up the soils and counteract the ph problems you would probably have in Dunsborough.
Hi there! I am fairly new to it all too… plenty of help here! 😀
I often use this quote, “TThe only stupid question is the one that is not asked!”
Hello from just down the road in Albany