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Consider potted herbs instead of buying these the traditional way. They are normally much fresher, more fragrant and cost effective! Not to mention brighten up your space...
Simcha commented on Wild About Arugula
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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Moved to South Florida and finally we are about to get a home again. So tired of living in a rental. Can't wait to start planting out of pots again!!! :)
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How to Build Your Own T-Pea Tower

This bamboo plant support is ideal for climbing peas and beans, and it’s a snap to erect. For...

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I will be able to plant on the ground finally!!!
new2green posted a status update 
Moved to South Florida and finally we are about to get a home again. So tired of living in a rental. Can't wait to start planting out of pots again!!! :)
Roger Doiron commented on Wild About Arugula
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...

DaveHames blogged  
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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Free Kitchen Gardening lesson and seeds for Islamabad School Children .Free Seeds donated by Kelli Ploeger Hinn and free lesson By Salma Kamal.Pot filling Demo by Natasha Khan http://www.flickr.com/photos/salmakamal/sets/72157633250426530/ https://www.facebook.com...
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