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5' Pasilla Pepper Plant
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Senior with plum harvest
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Cascading Bean Leaves
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Urban grape harvest
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Cornicopia of harvest from a square foot recalaimed urban garden
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Hi, Thanks for having me on board. Such a wonderful organization inside out!

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I guess the first step would to be to clean my back yard right? So let's get to it!
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It is grey and cold here in Somerset, but when I get into the garden I soon warm up. Since Christmas I have been working on preparing the beds for spring. I don't do a lot of digging, just hoeing the top soil where pernicious weeds are appearing. Wherever wild flowers are taking root, I leave them with the intention of planting around them. I like to encourage a wide diversity of plants to encourage the beneficial insects and to also add more...

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