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Solanum nigrum (berry night shade) Flower plant by Masood Bhatti, found at Shahdra Lahore, 11th Nov 2015.
Masood Bhatti shared an image 
Solanum nigrum (berry night shade) Flower plant by Masood Bhatti, found at Shahdra Lahore, 11th Nov 2015.
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homemade hot pepper sauce

Tabasco sauce is the brand name for a hot pepper sauce produced in Avery Island, Louisiana.  You...

bbj_bbj commented on Make Your Own Hot Sauce
homemade hot pepper sauce

Tabasco sauce is the brand name for a hot pepper sauce produced in Avery Island, Louisiana.  You...

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I’m not an expert on growing apples, but I’ve been fortunate to be around apple trees for most...

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I’m not an expert on growing apples, but I’ve been fortunate to be around apple trees for most...

steve Palmer posted a status update 
Our allotment society - Summer Street Allotments in Stroud, Gloucestershire UK - would like to form twinning links with similar outside of the UK. Exchange of info, ideas, photos, tips, stories, seeds (might not be possible) and general hands-across-the-ocean stuff. We're a mixed bunch... everything from food co-open links to old blokes like me. We have a variety of growing styles from no-dig to organic to old school and plot holders from...

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