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by lakegran on April 18, 2006 10:19 PM
I had my first veggie garden last year and loved everything about the process. I wasn't able to get cilantro to grow for me I probably started it a little late.( kind of an afterthought lol)
I am thinking about a small raised bed with just herbs and specialty lettuces, would cilantro do well there? Anyone grow it on a regular basis? I could be grateful for any advice. I am in southern Michigan.

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by tkhooper on April 18, 2006 10:27 PM
I grew it last year and it was no problem at all. My "soil" is mostly clay and on the acidic side. Have you done your soil test yet?

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by lakegran on April 18, 2006 11:02 PM
No I will have to surf around this site a little to find out how to go about doing that. I am going to need a LOT of advice about a lot of differant issues. I will try to improve my little garden each year. Last year I had great success with hot peppers, zuchini, eggplant, spinach,cherry tomatoes,pole beans, butternut squash, and tomatoes until about 1 month into the tomato season when my plants ( like many many others in the area) lost all their leaves and blossems. While we had a lot of yummy tomatoes early, the end of the season was very dissapointing

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