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Growing Leeks

Leeks are in the allium family along with onions, garlic, chives and shallots.  They are a...

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Serve up some hospitality with Homemade Pineapple Jam.

Welcome your family and friends...

 

Rosewater is a natural beauty tonic easily made at home with rose petals and distilled...

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Pineapple Sage (Salvia elegans) is a gorgeous centerpiece in the herb garden with showy red,...

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Cowpeas are a beautiful, old-time southern pea.  They thrive in hot, humid weather and are...

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New to the group. I'm looking forward to learning new things.
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HELP! I recently moved from the City of Ypsilanti Michigan to the Township of Ypsilanti, Michigan to find that growing anything for kitchen use in the front yard is prohibited! I absolutely refuse to have a lawn, oh the wastefulness! How can I get the community I live in to see that gardens in the front yard is a good thing?
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Who wants to join our revolution? Everyone should. It’s a revolution for better health and...

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Loaf of bread next to flour bin

I took a short course on fermentation at the Northern Plains Sustainable Agriculture Society...

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