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Here's an august video tour of my kitchen garden:
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Just joined this site.The news feeds are what caught my attention I love nature in its organic form and I believe there will be many articles and blogs that will be educational and it will give me the opportunity to discover more.
Miss Lady Bug blogged  

Did you know cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) is grown from coriander seed?  Grow this tasty herb...

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Got to try this one.

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Here's a breaking update on Canada's most famous...

Miss Lady Bug blogged  

This wonderful tomato pie was served at a friend's dinner party and I had to have the recipe. ...

david e kelley posted a status update 
Our city is offering a free sprinkler inspection and evaluation along with suggestions to further conserve water. We also have a community garden area where folks without a yard can rent space and grow crops. Stay natural, David
david e kelley posted a status update 

August is a special month from the sustainability perspective. With the continuous heatwave and...

The development of kitchen gardening among Kenyan communities is moving in a positive direction...




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