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Ritak256 asked a question 
In Kenya, I used to make Sukuma Wiki, using kale. When I make it here in MA, the kale available doesn't look, nor tastes like, what I ate in Kenya. What type of kale is grown in Kenya, and can I get it (or the seeds) here? Will it grow in the MA climate (zone 6)? Please advise, and thanks in advance for your help.
10 Kitchen Gardens to Visit Before You Die

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What is best to plant in the spring time?
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wishingdeeply posted a status update 
been seed shopping reciently... gonna be planting very, very soon
PLanning our garden......SO EXCITED!
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PLanning our garden......SO EXCITED!
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lookin forward to being a part of this kgi bunch looks like i can learn alot
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this is going to be an interesting adventure into the world of gardening..never have done it..but if i can get a flowering plant to look like that...maybe?i can grow a tomatoe too!

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