Kathryn Hatfield
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  • Weatherford, TX
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Which category best describes you?
Recreational Gardener
Skill level
Beginner
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
We grow vegtables, herbs and perienials.
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
5-10 hours a week

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At 4:35pm on June 19, 2011, Sandi Best gave Kathryn Hatfield a gift
At 6:51am on April 24, 2011, Dee Young said…
Hi Kathryn, Have a great Easter, Great pics by-the-way. I am cooking myself to death for dinner later with the entire family, Arkansas wide! It will be great. I hope you have a wonderful day! Dee
At 7:23pm on April 23, 2011, Donna Ann Stipp said…
Thanks Kathryn...We Love It.  Very Peaceful!  Happy Easter
At 9:38am on April 22, 2011, Nancy Norris gave Kathryn Hatfield a gift
 
 
 

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Clare Oliva commented on Matthew Grubaugh's photo
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"Thanks for the great info, Matthew. This is very helpful!"
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Matthew Grubaugh commented on Matthew Grubaugh's photo
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"Thank you Clare :) Believe it or not, it's just organics.  Early Spring: Corn gluten (This is a pre-emergent weed control) Early Summer: Alfalfa pellets, also used as small animal food (Slow-release Nitrogen) Mid-Late…"
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Clare Oliva commented on Lorraine Smith Pacific NW's photo
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Tulip combo

"Lorraine, this is the first year we've planted tulips in a long time. We gave up on them many years ago because the squirrels would always dig up and eat the bulbs and if any did manage to grow, the deer would eat them. We got around those two…"
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Clare Oliva commented on Lorraine Smith Pacific NW's photo
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Wild & Blue Primroses

"Lorraine, I think one thing you and I have in common is that we both like bright, vividly colored blooms. These are really spectacular -- even if they only last for a few weeks."
8 hours ago

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