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Hi there,

I just found your blog, and it has some good info! Thanks for doing this. I am trying to grow a variety of crops in various planters this season also, in Ontario, Canada, and your site has been helpful to me. I will bookmark this site!

H. Mark Delman

Hi Jeff. Im glad you like the Podcasts. If you have questions, please feel free to ask, Im happy to help. You can also find a PlanterTomato page on Facebook where you can address a question to me or others:!/group.php?gid=355152464140

Good luck with your garden.

-PlanterTomato (Mark)



I love your site, It is a pleasure to visit.

I have added your site to my site.

Please link my site to your site.

Thank you!

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This a very impressive blog. I am glad to hear your podcast. I do hope that you continue to post for more.


I tried leaving a comment earlier but I got dropped so I am back to try again. When I stumbled upon your blog today it reminded me of a poem I wrote late last year and posted it on my blog. You might enjoy it given the name of your blog. If you go into the archive of my blog, you will find it in November of 2011 called Garden Erotica. Your readers might enjoy it too. I garden here on the shores of Lake Michigan and tomatoes are not easy to grow since it is never really very warm. Enjoy the poem. Jack

H. Mark Delman

Thanks much. Your comment is posted.

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