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PenelopeReedy posted a status update 
We've been having a false spring of sorts here, a week or more of warm/hot weather that got us excited and perhaps planting some things too early. This week is cold and windy, some rain, even snow is predicted again. But lettuce doesn't seem to mind.
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(The trellises in the photo above are bed frames, railings, and other items collected from the...

Gardening is a constant passion of mine. So when spring comes, I am very, very  happy again...

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4/26/2012 Just made my first batch of stewed rhubarb for this season....just a spoonful with plain Greek yogurt...a great way to start the day...
CostaRicaKim posted a status update 
Would love to know how others in tropical climates are setting up their compost areas. I have seen so many different types.
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