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It time to harden off seedlings here in the Mountain West.  I don't know about you, but I find...

Alice Griffith Community Garden

On April 21, KGI partnered with the volunteers from our Sow It Forward partners, and...

K9FindM posted a status update 
The seeds were started indoors and have now become seedlings. I used egg cartons to start my seeds and hope to "cut out" each egg container and put the seedling directly into the soil. We started on our raised beds also. Started on construction and laying them out. In the process of locating and ordering compost, topsoil and peat moss. Very excited that I was finally able to get this project under way!
Donnas garden posted a status update 
Just joined KGI...looking forward to expert advice and sharing of ideas. I am using a community plot of 16' x 4' in Calgary... Hoping for a good experience in vegetable gardening this year.

Hali’imaile Community Garden recently received a grant from KGI’s Sow It Forward Grant Program...

Lemongrass commented on For Easy To Grow Greens, Think Asian
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...

Lemongrass 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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