You can grow your own food. We can help.
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we are from our yard today mustard greens.
The hilltop gardener posted a status update 
A redesign of the blog, now much improved. Come and chat all advice welcome. http://thehilltopgardener.blogspot.co.uk/
How is it best to plant rhubarb? and in what type of spot in the garden?
pauline.whittington@ngahr.com posted a status update 
How is it best to plant rhubarb? and in what type of spot in the garden?
lost_in_utensils posted a status update 
Hi everyone! Happy to be a part of KGI :) I'm a kitchen gardener from Brisbane, Australia. My blog is www.lostinutensils.com.au Looking forward to learning more x

Most common yard weeds are perfectly safe for chickens to eat, as long as they haven't been...

mantel-farm posted a status update 
Feeding our chickens their 7 favourite varieties of weeds... 1. Chickweed, 2. Clover, 3. Dandelion, 4. Wild Strawberry, 5. Bitter Cress, 6. Smartweed, 7. Beautyberry
simoneeva posted a status update 
Hi! I´m glad to be here :-D
brandi hayes asked a question 
What kind of dirt (ph balance) & fertilizer do carrots like? Roses also?

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