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Barbara Damrosch blogged  
Lemon Balm

Such a lovely herb. So pretty in the garden, so fragrant, so soothing in a tea. Thus go the...

crisrazzano posted a status update 
About 1/3 of the 102 pots are growing companion plants that are said to protect and enhance the summer veggies AND that particular 1/3 are also edible and some, medicinal, themselves; Basil, Lemon Balm, Marigold, Rosemary, Tarragon, Yarrow and Wormwood. After a sniffing testing of Wormwood, about which is said, to have an odor that drives all sorts of animals out of the garden area, I'd have to agree... "Peeyoooooo"!! Let's hope it works on...
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There are two special environmental events in the US for us as Kitchen Gardners in the US to...

jspringer4 asked a question 
The leaves on my tomatillo plants have been turning yellow and dropping off. They're both still setting fruit and the fruit seems to be growing, but I'm worried the plants have some sort of virus. I thought at first they were just reacting to all the rain we've had recently, but fertilizing is not helping. Anyone know what this...
Salma posted a status update 
Kitchen garden activity at lowest ebb.Scorching heat and water shortage with day day time temperature reaching 42 -44 F.Waiting for monsoon to bring back life .
SunnyBlooms asked a question 
What is this fruit?
Canadiangirl blogged  

My garden gets away on me. By August plants on paths are taller than the beds. I admit it, I...

Africanaussie blogged  

 

When I began my gardening journey almost 3 years ago, this blog did not exist, and I...

2e posted a status update 
Not doing well this year at all.

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