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Fox Gardens ALASKA

Fox ,15 miles north of Fairbanks
31,333 (12)
737 (2)

Its our house and the gardens surround it. We also have the Goldstream creek running thru our backyard and have moose as fall garden clean up crew. We also have frost in every month but June and July so we have to garden with hardy plants and fast growers.we have 8 total gardens

Comments / Q&A

On July 26,2012 Kevin Canales said:

"Awsme dude can't wait to be home "

On July 23,2012 YardShare said:

"Hi Gary! You should submit a couple of your pics in the Lawn Wars TV Show contest. Go to the Yard Contests tab to get started. Maybe a shot of that enourmous cabbage!"

On August 24,2011 Fox Gardens ALASKA said:

"Hello Ron...if you click ..other gardens by our Fox Gardens....we have one there of 7 months of snow and it has lot of winter pics...Gary"

On August 23,2011 Ron said:

"Hey thanks Gary look will you send some pictures with there is a lot of snow. (Winter Time) "

On August 20,2011 Fox Gardens ALASKA said:

"its zone 2 here. We grow some perenials but mostly very hardy annuals that can withstand a light frost. We have our first frost alot of years end of Aug or 1st part of Sept. First snow in Sept and lasting snow 1st of Oct. so our gardens are white till May. We can catch Graylin out of the creek but most are only 5-8 inches...but once in awhile a bigger one moves thru. They can handle the current as it is always flowing strong. Thank-you so much for your interest and feel free to ask anything you wish about our gardens or outside up here...Gary "

On August 20,2011 Ron said:

"Picture # 34 do you fish from your back yard? you all have what seems to be heaven on earth"

On August 20,2011 Ron said:

"That is some huge cabbage our cabbage fits in one hand. Does all the flowers die out during I guess the winter months??"

On August 18,2011 Ron said:

"I love number 6 picture..... All are awesome"

On August 6,2010 Susan Fornoff said:

"Hi, what a project! I am doing a bit of PR for Yardshare and would love to chat with you about your "online gardening." Please email me at (myfirstname)@GottaGoGolf.com -- Susan (just trying to avoid email spammers by writing my address that way, hope you can fill in the blank)"

On August 3,2010 Fox Gardens ALASKA said:

"we have one small attached to the house greenhouse that we open up in Mar sometime pending the weather then.another with wood heat we open in mid April and the others are woven plastic greenhouse that prtoect the last 1/2 month of May when everything is getting potted up for the gardens.Our petunia's we start from seed in early Mar. they are in large 6" pots for june 1st planting...potting up when small is the KEY to success!!"

On August 3,2010 Lark said:

"ABSOLUTELY AMAZING GARDENS! I enjoyed the whole slideshow...especially the BLUE delphiniums. How many green houses do you have? And what do you grow or start in them? Smiles, Lark"

On July 27,2010 Fox Gardens ALASKA said:

"everything is bloomin so gloriously. im so behind on deadheading. but such a joy"

On July 11,2010 gary kallberg said:

"thank you for your kind words. we start all our gardens from seed. we have 4 greenhouses. one off our bedroom, mostlly geraniums. one we can heat with our wood heat . thats our tomatoes. gary and i do this every year. loving it."

On July 1,2010 Fastforward said:

"The beauty of your garden beds reflect inspiration, creativity and dedication. I can only imagine the on-going labor of love it takes to garden in such a hostile climate. Thanks for sharing your photos and ideas!"

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