You can grow your own food. We can help.

Christmas is right around the corner. Every year the news reports of crazy shoppers and over-...

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

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LovingEwe blogged  

As a resident of Florida, a place where I can grow things all year long...I was reflecting on...

julieta blogged  

It's curious. Why are salad greens and tomatoes irrevocably paired? In most zones, these garden...

johannagreen blogged  

I think we are getting the hang of this winter garden idea. We have already had 2 weeks of hard...

leduesorelle blogged  

The tatsoi we've been growing is part of a salad mix, but it's always bullied the other greens,...

smilinggardener blogged  

Okay, my computer illustration skills aren't anything to write home about, but I put together...

leduesorelle blogged  

We met Beatrice Tosti di Valminuta when she was one of the presenters at the North Hill...

Sheet mulching is one of my favorite methods of building a new organic garden, and today I'll...

Barbara Damrosch blogged  

October is harvest time in the garden, but it’s planting time for garlic. Put that on your bulb...

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