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Looks like we'll be rained out of planting in the University of Maine at Machias gardens for the...

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View Of Charlotte Community Health Clinic Garden

Since receiving the Sow It Forward grant in March, the garden at Charlotte Community Health...

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For an easy to grow plant that is versatile in the kitchen, it's hard to beat arugula.

For an easy to grow plant that is also versatile in the kitchen, it's hard to beat arugula. Even...

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Actress Kaye Kittrell's "Late Bloomer" urban garden web series just celebrated it's one year anniversary with the 25th episode, "Tomatomania" and a FREE e-book! Watch it, get it! http://www.latebloomershow.com/
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How many of specific plants do I need to plant to grow food for my family?
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