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Planted Swiss chard on Sunday; it got rained on that night; already sprouting by Tuesday. :)
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Any tips on getting garlic to grow to maturity? Last year mine did not turn into anything...really wanna make it work this year!
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The first popular book in English about gardening was written by Thomas Hill (b. ca. 1528) an...

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Planted five different kinds of beans for drying today!

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