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msflower posted a status update 
i am totally new , dont know what to say just hi folks my bottle gourd is splendid basil is growingfresh mint and other herbs are also planted, lemon grass grows tall
msflower posted a status update 
i am totally new , dont know what to say just hi folks my bottle gourd is splendid basil is growingfresh mint and other herbs are also planted, lemon grass grows tall
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What are the differences between school gardens, school farms, children's gardens, and family gardens?
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What's the history of school gardens?
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antonis posted a status update 
This is not a good tomato year.Just counted 23 tomatoes on my 10 plants,all in all.I still hope they will make some more.The good news: the eggplants have finally decided to produce fruit....
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SunnyBlooms posted a status update 
I made Sungold Tomato Preserves today! The 6 plants were started from seed in January and have kept me supplied with plenty of salad and pasta tomatoes recently. After putting the jars in to process, I sampled what remained in the cooking pot and to me, they taste remarkably like peach preserves. If you have an abundance of Sungold tomatoes, the preserves are easy to make. 4 pounds Sungold tomatoes 3 cups of sugar 1/2 cup lemon juice (@ 4...
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I am in to New and Interesting waves to sustability.
Barbara Damrosch blogged  
Lemon Balm

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

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