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10 Kitchen Gardens to Visit Before You Die

One thing that gardeners understand better than most people is that compost happens.  ...

pfrollin commented on Chicken bone broth

So many ways to make good bone broth.

Here's the easy way I do it, with appreciation to...

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Chives

I've been thinking I'd like to write a short piece on herb gardening for beginners, and I was...

johannagreen commented on Anne Gatschet question
What does "early" refer to?
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Chives

I've been thinking I'd like to write a short piece on herb gardening for beginners, and I was...

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If you have not started your spring peas yet, its about time in most of the continental US....

Mei Qing Choi and Yukina Savoy

I love to eat greens of all kinds, and they are a staple food on my menu. And as a gardener, I...

AdieB commented on merryj question
What companies or organizations do you trust to get your seeds?
AdieB posted a status update 
My garden plan for the day... weeding, weeding, weeding! The long sunny bed in the back will get pulled all up this weekend and next (with my little helpers - aka kiddos - helping me a bit, it should go pretty quickly!). And I'm going to pick out which transplant seeds to put in, which we'll probably do Tuesday afternoon. I am looking forward to seeing all those little beauties pop up! It's got to be my favorite part of gardening... except for...
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I'm ready to start the garden up for the year! I have my round bed in the front that I've decided to turn into a perennial bed -- this will be almost exclusively strawberries and asparagus, with a bit of rhubarb and borage mixed in with it. I managed to pick up an awesome used staircase plant stand at a yard sale a couple weeks back, and that is now gracing the middle of the bed with plant holders containing some deeeelish sugar snaps that the...

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