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August 10, 2012


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That's great! I also tried corn this year but mine ended up shaded by some other plants so I don't think I'll be as lucky as you...

Jeremy Beauregard

Your corn will surely be as delicious as those in the large fields when it’s time for harvest! And its tall stalk stands proudly above the blooming flowers around it! I think it’s a great idea to plant different plants to see which of them will grow best in your area. I'll try to plant some corn seeds in my garden one of these days, along with other flowers!


That's so exciting! I tried corn the first year I planted a garden but it wasn't successful for me (I also had no clue what I was doing and I'm sure I didn't plant them early enough!). This year I'm trying tomatillo and brussel sprouts - not too much happening with them yet (fingers crossed!).

Calgary Garden Coach

Yes, I can't wait to taste it! Maybe I should try bananas next year - ha, just kidding.
Good luck with your tomatillos and brussel sprouts Megan!

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