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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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Building a hoophouse is a bit like having children: there's a lot of pleasure involved at the...

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After 2 months of contruction Brenda & I finally finished our 18' x 18' hoop-house. We have planted tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, cucumbers, basil, cilantro, parsley in five raised beds. Many recycled materials were used.
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Perhaps I am never so happy as when I am on my knees digging in the soil.  For, only when I am...




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