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PenelopeReedy posted a status update 
haven't been on here for quite a while. i don't find it very user-friendly. how do i find my "old" gardening friends? i'm retired now, lots of changes in my life. i have recently been planting garlic. wherever it grew last year, new little shoots/mini-garlics come up on the spot. how does one manage these? i've been digging them up and throwing them in the soup pot which is fun. but i didn't know garlic did that??????
Farah_Kamal posted a status update 
Excited to be growing the summer vegetables.
CarpKristen commented on Habanero Chili Aerogarden

Im new to the whole indoor gardening thing and im totally hooked. 4 weeks ago i bought a...

CarpKristen commented on Habanero Chili Aerogarden

Im new to the whole indoor gardening thing and im totally hooked. 4 weeks ago i bought a...

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