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It's the first Monday in the spring of 2011. Today's temps were very much colder than last...

Well,my annual conquest to grow stupidly long root vegetables has started yet again. I'm trying...

Oregon Coast Gardener blogged  

I live on the Oregon coast and we are so lucky, and thankful, to report that our stretch of...

Growing Gardens blogged  

The Vestal Community Garden is a partnership between Vestal K-8, a Portland Public School and...

Growing Gardens blogged  

Portland, Oregon is home to a diverse variety of school garden programs. Schools, non-profits,...

Chrystel blogged  

After a long winter nap, the potager is waking up with new life poking through the leaf mulch...

Only the comfrey in the pot survived this very wet season that we are just coming out of! This...

Digitin_Growitup blogged  

So I am eagerly anticipating the beginning of spring. Last year I had two garden beds (5' x 10...

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Last night inspiration struck me as I was walking past the kitchen. I immediately changed...

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