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Description : Il n'est pas étonnant que les jeunes deviennent hystériques lorsqu'ils doivent participer à un casting pour une émission télévisée!

Posteur : pingouin0580

Date : le 13-08-2010

Catégories : Jeunes Pour les grands Télévision

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Posté par un visiteur, le 17-10-2015

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Posté par un visiteur, le 16-10-2015

Great site! Been following for a few weeks now and it's been a big help.FROST! Green zone, N Ut. ctouny.I lost 2 tomatoes, 2 mellons and a few carrots and peas. Next year maybe not so anxious!Good thing I have extra starts to transplant!

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Posté par un visiteur, le 15-10-2015

Hi Emily love this site, I live in Northern British Columbia in Canada( Blue group) so I started my tomtoaes and peppers etc in the house under grow lights, I am getting ready to put them out in a hothouse, do I still have to harden them off, or can I just set them out in the hothouse leaving them in their pots for a few days then plant them in the hothouse. http://vadudq.com [url=http://yzmhfauw.com]yzmhfauw[/url] [link=http://bxdbzmkg.com]bxdbzmkg[/link]

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Posté par un visiteur, le 15-10-2015

Yes, I live in Northern Utah county too, and it's been an unlslauuy cold spring. I keep wanting to move my transplants outside and then it keeps snowing (or hailing). Remember, your frost date is the AVERAGE date of the last frost, but some years it warms up sooner and others later. So watch the weather a little if it's still snowing it's probably too cold. Peas, onions, broccoli can tolerate some freezing, but not piles of snow. Melons and tomatoes can tolerate none.

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Posté par un visiteur, le 14-10-2015

Emily, thanks so much for this site. I'm just snritatg my first SFG and received the newsletter this past week love it! I do believe that I selected the wrong color for my area. After seeing your video clip and reviewing the weather station nearest us we fall between green and blue for the frost date so I think I should follow blue in South Bend, IN. The weather has been cold and it frosted twice this past week. Could you please change my color to blue in your email newsletter? Thanks. I can hardly wait to get my herbs and veggies out of the garage (under lights) and in to the soil. Happy gardening!

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Posté par un visiteur, le 26-07-2014

Hi! I just wanted to thank you for your super inovrmatife site!! My little brother and I used to watch the Square Foot Garden show on PBS and Discovery when we were little-who knew that all these years later I would be stumbling upon the method all over again and actually making an attempt to make it work in my garden this year (because of your site!!)I have had a somewhat successful garden (with overproducing tomatos and zuchini) in the past but this year hope to really do it right. I have a plan wondering how to get feedback on what Ive put together I spent all afternoon poring over the companion planting guide and what I want to plant, and would love to know if I have it right or if I am totally off base! Can you interplant onions within beds of things that grow taller- such as peas? or even tomatoes?thanks again for your awesome site.

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Posté par un visiteur, le 24-07-2014

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Posté par un visiteur, le 22-07-2014

I heartily apporve of other folks eating radishes in any form! I just don't like them very much myself. The thing that really drives me crazy is how pretty they are. I always see them gorgeous varieties like these or watermelon radishes or those pretty ones with the pink and white stripes and I think they're so lovely that I just want to slice them up and devour them raw. And then I eat a raw piece of radish, and no matter how beautiful it is, the spicy bite just doesn't sit right on my tongue.(I can't do raw onions, either, even sweet ones like Vidalias.)But pickling, roasting, or cooking in butter like you did mellows out those radishes (and onions) just enough for me to love them.

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Posté par un visiteur, le 22-07-2014

I heartily apporve of other folks eating radishes in any form! I just don't like them very much myself. The thing that really drives me crazy is how pretty they are. I always see them gorgeous varieties like these or watermelon radishes or those pretty ones with the pink and white stripes and I think they're so lovely that I just want to slice them up and devour them raw. And then I eat a raw piece of radish, and no matter how beautiful it is, the spicy bite just doesn't sit right on my tongue.(I can't do raw onions, either, even sweet ones like Vidalias.)But pickling, roasting, or cooking in butter like you did mellows out those radishes (and onions) just enough for me to love them.

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Posté par un visiteur, le 12-07-2014

Un grand respect e0 ton imiingataon et surtout e0 ta main gauche! je voudrais voir e7a et apprendre aussi pour pouvoir transmettre ce savoir faire e0 ma fille gauche8re plus tard!Bravo Chiara!!!!

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Posté par un visiteur, le 23-03-2012

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