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  • Season Icon Late AutumnLate Autumn 2020
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teamgardentags

Happy Thanksgiving 😊 We'd like to say a huge thank you to all our volunteers who make our growing community such a great place to learn and share the joy of gardening. We'd also like to say an extra special thanks to @usgardentags and @ausgardentags which are run by two wonderful volunteers who create the challenges which so many of us enjoy taking part in 😊🙏🌸🌻🌺🌼🏵️💐

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kelsey92

Love the pink

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justin

👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 the volunteers all do a great job. Thank you for all your help over the years ✌🏼 I’ve had so much help, you’ve been great and Im a much better gardener as a result of this app 💚

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ShelleySnyder

Thank you so much @teamgardentags ! I agree with you the volunteers are fantastic!💘😍

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jacaranda

Being a volunteer is sometimes a thankless task but the Garden Tags volunteers deserve the highest praise! Well done @usgardentags @ausgardentags you do a great job 👏👏 Thanks also to @teamgardentags for a great app🙏 😘😘😘

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KariSamuel

A phenomenal app with phenomenal, brilliant members & volunteers! Thank you for bringing us together to grow! @usgardentags @ausgardentags @ukgardentags 🌱❤🌱

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mardel

@teamgardentags Thank you for this magical place to come to and forget these times. I'm thankful for you and all the members on here.

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csersic

I am new to this app and to gardening. I posted a picture of a perennial shrub that grows almost tropical looking flowers. I let the garden go and neglected it. I want to revive it. So far I have raked up the weeds and leaves. The gardening department at menards suggested an all purpose fertilizer because the dirt is very dry and hard and cracking. I tilled the soil just a little and spread the fertilizer on top of the dirt. Should i dig a deeper hole for the fertilizer and what else can I

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