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Rubythroats are now being sighted throughout most of their breeding range in the United States...

After a full month of continual rain we had a weekend of sunshine!  Hopefully that was the...

I recently visited a wonderful garden in the Yarra Valley, to the east of Melbourne and came...

I recently had the good fortune to travel to Cuba as part of trip organized by the...

Allotmentmanyork blogged  

After consuming my latest crop of parsnips i am sure i will be in rude good health!!!

Tracy blogged  

I really should be finishing the ironing but I have four new fruit trees to plant and the...

Susan E. Roth blogged  

A few years back , Jean Wetherill  was mayor of Beverly, and she and I put many hours into...

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This is my Comfrey liquid making system. The upper container which is packed with comfrey...

LauraMG blogged  

All farmers, even the backyard looking forward to the rain is always welcome and appreciated....

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"This is called deadly nightshade," my father announced, pointing to a trailing vine with small...

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