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Growing your own vegetables not only saves you money at the grocery store but also provides your...

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Have you tried the new iOS app LikeThat Garden? Take a photo of a flower, and it tells you the flower's name and shows you similar-looking flowers you may like. I've been having a lot of fun identifying my house plants! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/likethat-garden-flower-identification/id...
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Saturday the 7th is Food Is Free day. An initiative started in Australia that encourages people to stop wasting food and share with their neighbourhood. It will be every season. For winter people leave out cans and herbs and what you can with a sign that says Food is Free and post a pic on this site. The originator of the idea that has gone global https://www.facebook.com/...
greatgardener blogged  

Ideas for Backyard Greenhouse: Built in my greenhouse. 1. Build a raised grow boxes with...

Cold storage room

Hello, To preserve my kitchen vegetable and store my canning, i built a ...

Sommer Poquette blogged  

Growing up, my grandmothers made everything from scratch and they always had a garden—a garden...

When you put a lot of time, effort and love into your garden, the last thing you want is for a...

Vertical_Gardener blogged  

There is nothing more delicious than lush, flavorable, aromatic, home grown strawberries. Their...

Grace Conyers commented on Andrea Gardner question
We are looking for Gardeners that are willing to test a new invention that we are bringing to market that reinvents the hand trowel. It is a multi-functional design which does a 180 shift on how hand digging is normally carried out. Perfect for Gardeners with Rheumatoid Arthritis that find it a challenge to work for long periods. We are...
Grace Conyers commented on ncf.education question
Anybody out there working with students aged 11-15 who would be interested in forming a kind of pen pal initiative where they can discuss with each other what they are doing/ what is happening in their garden/fields??

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