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Not much to say here...just showing off my parsnips which I planted last summer and which...

Wild Flora blogged  

Too many seeds to thoose from! When  I look at a typical commercial seed...

And what a first year it has been!  For those of you who are new to KGI, we'd like to think...

Barbara Damrosch blogged  

"Frozen, flattened and forlorn." Those are the words a friend used recently to describe his...

johannagreen blogged  

Sprout

This spring it seems like this is the word encompassing my life. 

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Wild Flora blogged  

 

I had a...

sangye blogged  

Last Spring - with absolutely no idea what I was doing I began a backyard kitchen garden. Thats...

Answer: No, but thousands of people watching it, changing the way they eat and live and...

As a resident atop a mesa in Clairemont, California my yard contains heavy clay soil atop...

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