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Old January 9, 2018   #6
Black Krim
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Join Date: Dec 2016
Location: New England
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Originally Posted by carolyn137 View Post
I have grown all that you list,some several times.

I live just 3 miles from the VT border, but it makes a big difference to me as to exactly where you are in NE.

So please share that with me, or at least give a general location.

Thanks,

Carolyn

BLackstone Valley, a few miles north of both RI and CT, in MA. Land is on North slope leading to a river. Lots of big oaks and birch to slow the winds. The springs can be long and wet and cold, or can be dryer than normal. The garden is in a minny valley, stays moist but not wet for a long time. TMI?

Eager to hear your thoughts!
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