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La Bonniere blogged  

When I left home I went and lived in Leiden, a University city, this is more than 25 years ago...

La Bonniere blogged  

I love bell peppers and now that I have my kitchen garden I can grow bell peppers to my heart’s...

La Bonniere blogged  

When we moved to France last year I was very excited to start my own kitchen garden and could...

Finally, my friends—it's here.

SPRING! Tra la!

To celebrate my favorite season...

Terroir Seeds blogged  
Spring Soil

One of the most anticipated times of year for gardeners is Spring, with the attendant planting...

I love mulch.

 

I'm one of those odd people who gets ridiculously excited about...

John Walker blogged  
Build tomato cages

I want to share this written explanation of building tomato cages which comes to me via a...

Roger Doiron blogged  
Belgian endive

People who like Belgian endive like it so much they grow it twice. In fact, they have no choice...

Jayne shared a recipe  

I make this for breakfast.  It is a great way to start the day!  If you like it sweeter, just...

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