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RobertKn commented on Jessica Still question
Is it possible to search for a KGI member by Profile or Home Page? To read their bio & learn more about their gardening perspective?
AdalinLon commented on sophie53 question
Can I compost old eggs?
eqeqeqe commented on Making Homemade Grape Syrup

I never knew it had a name. Every year I make a syrup from a vine of deep, blue-black Worden...

eqeqeqe commented on Making Homemade Grape Syrup

I never knew it had a name. Every year I make a syrup from a vine of deep, blue-black Worden...

AlbertBike commented on Planting Asparagus from Crowns

Planting an asparagus bed may well be the smartest thing you do this year, right up there with...

I remember eating sugared pansies at my grandmother's house in the farmlands of Indiana. They...

Ardmxurnara commented on Bonnie Krause-Gams question
How will S.510 affect gardeners, seeds, and seed-saving?
Ardmxurnara commented on Bonnie Krause-Gams question
How will S.510 affect gardeners, seeds, and seed-saving?
Ardmxurnara commented on Bonnie Krause-Gams question
How will S.510 affect gardeners, seeds, and seed-saving?
azaMupe commented on My Unlikely, Urban Kitchen Garden

My tiny rented apartment sits atop a 1930s terraced house in north London, on a cul-de-sac that...

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