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Hoping my photo of the Black cohosh,( at my spot in the local community...

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I live in the city but have a raised bed that abuts the south side of my house. I've been growing tomatoes, onions, spaghetti squash and peas all summer, and am planning on creating a temporary greenhouse over the space to grow herbs, lettuce, etc. Any suggestions on materials/where to get them/what to grow? My living room window right...
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I live in the city but have a raised bed that abuts the south side of my house. I've been growing tomatoes, onions, spaghetti squash and peas all summer, and am planning on creating a temporary greenhouse over the space to grow herbs, lettuce, etc. Any suggestions on materials/where to get them/what to grow? My living room window right...
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Here are some pics of my tomato harvest:

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Happy Kitchen Garden Day everyone!

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I can't wait to start my new kitchen garden. Looking for organic seeds.

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