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Mary G. Brhel posted a status update 
I love seeing super healthy gardens growing in boxes, cut out plastic bottles amongst a few other "un-usual" containers. Confirming that it does not require large portions of earth to grow veggies. (Click on cabbage link) growing joyfully in a box!http://fineartamerica.com/featured/pacific-coast-cabbage-heads-mary-gonz...
Andrea Gardner asked a question 
We are looking for Gardeners that are willing to test a new invention that we are bringing to market that reinvents the hand trowel. It is a multi-functional design which does a 180 shift on how hand digging is normally carried out. Perfect for Gardeners with Rheumatoid Arthritis that find it a challenge to work for long periods. We are...
Karen Rutberg asked a question 
We have 27 4x12 raised beds whose produce will be going to a food pantry once per week. We would appreciate suggestions on plants that are: - delicious eaten RAW - fast to grow / high yield per sq ft / easy to grow - easy to portion - travels well Thank you!
Forrest Wheatey blogged  

      Although normally associated with historical buildings and being an outdoor plant ivy does...

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when do i sow tomato seeds and how
Angela Cambouris posted a status update 
Have been growing a kitchen garden for over 30 years and there is always more to learn. From herbs to strawberries to the heirloom tomato, I have had a wealth of inspiration and flavor to add to my plate. I encourage everyone I know to at least go to the farmer's market if they cannot grow their own.

Winter gardening doesn't have to be a challenge. In fact, it can be an opportunity. You can...

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As much as I love cooking, one of the last things I want to do when it's 80 degrees out and...




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