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The Metki Painted Serpent Melon was a great addition to my garden this year.  This exotic...

(The trellises in the photo above are bed frames, railings, and other items collected from the...

arshi 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...

Mary Ellen Bonelli asked a question 
I am trying to grow basil and parsely inside (from seeds) and they are very weak and leggy and seem to have stopped growing, what do I need to do to get them to be strong and flourish? I have them in a sunny window; but it is winter here, do I need a flourecent light or a warmer spot?
david e kelley commented on Alice Campbell - status 1125018884
neighbors with small children have had fun the past few summers planting spuds and pulling corn, competing with 'coons and squishing tomato worms!
david e kelley commented on mrbobpowell question
Hi Folks, I have a question about appropriate ground cover around some raised beds.
david e kelley commented on The Family Food Garden - status 480221297
I planted a pecan tree in my front lawn 6 years ago. Yesterday I noticed something near the top. A pecan, the first and only one. I split it with my wife. Delicious, I can't wait till next year.
The Family Food Garden posted a status update 
I planted a pecan tree in my front lawn 6 years ago. Yesterday I noticed something near the top. A pecan, the first and only one. I split it with my wife. Delicious, I can't wait till next year.
mrbobpowell asked a question 
Hi Folks, I have a question about appropriate ground cover around some raised beds.

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