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In this helpful video, blogger Gary Pilarchik walks you through the simple process of creating...

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Hi all, Come and have a look at my new gardening blog, it's full of tips and advice of what to do now in your garden
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namelessjane asked a question 
I am very new to gardening, the small vegetable garden I've had the last two years has been more fun and successful than I ever dreamed. my family and I are trying to grow using organic methods, we have started or own compost and all is going well. I'm really unsure on how to fertilize. Is my compost enough? do I only add it when I plant...
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home garden economics

With the global economy spiraling downward and Mother Nature preparing to reach upward, it’s a...

Tips for Successful Indoor Seed-Starting

Think of a seed in the same way that you would a prematurely born baby and you're likely to have...

Roger Doiron blogged  

Wondering if you can get by using some of last year's seeds? The short answer is "maybe." For a...

jgray posted a status update 
Hi, we're now putting updated information and pictures on our new website. Lots of beautiful things happening, even in the cold of winter. Visit us at:
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Cold storage room

Hello, To preserve my kitchen vegetable and store my canning, i built a ...




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