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Open-pollinated organic heirloom seeds from:

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Plant a tree to honor someone.  Fill it with paper cranes each containing a wish. ...

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We've been taught that "proper pruning" involves removing the 3 D’s from our trees: Dead,...

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Ask good gardeners what gifts they'd like for the December holidays, and they'll probably say...

If you are a gardener in the Pacific Northwest, you need to know about this pest.

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I grew up in a family rabid about Ohio State Football. I never quite understood how this...

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