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I am very new to gardening, the small vegetable garden I've had the last two years has been more fun and successful than I ever dreamed. my family and I are trying to grow using organic methods, we have started or own compost and all is going well. I'm really unsure on how to fertilize. Is my compost enough? do I only add it when I plant...
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The Food Bank of South Jersey's Community Garden is gradually coming along. While we have had to...

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Healing Gardens Cooperative was really happy to receive the funding from Kitchen Gardens International. Juliet Yelverton is passionate about bringing good health to the community and has herself found the gardens that have been cooperatively created, an enormous resource. Despite her very busy life, running Healing Waters Sanctuary and working with people suffering from trauma, she enjoys every available moment in the gardens, growing for the...

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