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Over the weekend we went shopping in the big city.  I got lost in the garden center. Well, I...

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“Tis the season”, to preserve our harvest for winters use. About this time in the summer I'm...

The first autumn leaf may not yet have fallen, but never mind that. It's time to consider the...

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

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