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I'd see it on a t-shirt or on a bumper sticker, the command "Eat more kale."

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When looking at the gardening projects of people in the US and Europe I usually stumble upon...

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It's that time of year again when magical garden dreams begin to sprout!

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 One of my favorite fruits is figs - I can remember having a huge fig tree outside my bedroom...

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As autumn has brought many changes to the outside world my balcony garden seems to be flowing...

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The tomatoes have been generous this year. We harvested a slew of cherries, including sungolds...

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