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Apple trees from apples?
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It’s the beginning of my favorite time of year (in North Dakota) when shopping for supper takes...

With the World Population Day  (WPD) 2012 taken place on Wednesday July 11 and the fact that the...

antonis commented on antonis - status 1460977715
As every summer, Purslane appears in my garden and ends up in my salads. Utilizing wild weeds is a novel thing......
JulieAnnCloninger commented on bazora question
Can backyard chickens and a garden peacefully co-exist?
Jessica Still commented on Flowers and Vegetables Mix Beautifully
Flowers and Vegetables Mix

It may not be obvious from this photo, but among the many flowers in our front yard, we have...

Jessica Still commented on Stuffed Grape Leaves: That's the Stuff!
stuffed grape leaves

A while back, I wrote about my adventures stuffing some huge nasturtium leaves. I had blanched...

Jessica Still commented on antonis - status 1460977715
As every summer, Purslane appears in my garden and ends up in my salads. Utilizing wild weeds is a novel thing......
Jessica Still commented on Roger Doiron question
Which is better: hot or cold composting?
AlanRockhold commented on Roger Doiron question
Which is better: hot or cold composting?

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