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Old 09-24-2008, 07:48 PM   #1
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I started Webkinz in the spring so I was wondering what happens to your gardens in the winter? Are they covered in snow or do they keep growing. If not, do the seeds end up back in your dock? Thank you!
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Old 09-24-2008, 07:54 PM   #2
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Hi, I say your post so I thought I would answer your question. One day this winter you will wake up and find that all your outdoor yards are covered in snow. It looks great! Your veggies are still looking green and fresh, it is just the grass that is covered with white snow. So you can keep right on harvesting all winter long until the snow melts. (Or until WW removes it all while you sleep one night). Happy gardening!!!
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Like karefire said, your gardens stay fresh forever, unless you don't take care of it. Rep to karefire for a good response!

And GL w/ the garden!

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Thank you both very much!
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Old 09-24-2008, 08:21 PM   #5
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yep that basically covers it and b sur that if u cant get on to garden 2 take it out cuz i let mine stay while i was on vacation and it got deleted
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Old 09-25-2008, 07:37 AM   #6
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Just in case you didn't know ~ you don't have to water your gardens...all you have to do is rake them and harvest when ready

It doesn't cut down on your harvest amount of anything!!!
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Thanks. That's all good advice. I'll have to try just raking. It get's so boring watering. We have a farm with tons of plants and then our special garden with donuts, collie bones, and jellybeans. It takes forever! Thanks again!
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I'm so glad I found out about it about 6 months ago ~ it has allowed me to have more gardens...9 now on my first account
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Thanks for info! That makes life alot easier.
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The strawberry gardens are really beautiful in the snow! I usually put a Christmas tree in each corner, too.

Remember to take a screen shot soon so that you can look at your garden in late January, when you are longing for that snow to be gone!
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