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The Jan/Feb issue of Urban Magazine 2011 has embraced our new Healthy living Poster from...

Andrew Raff blogged  

Have you ever set up a vegetable garden? You probably have but have you given much thought;...

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We have some very low tech winter gardening going in a couple of our beds.  I'm pretty thrilled...

I visited my aunt's garden recently and was inspired by these arbor/trellis structures that she...

Really, Our greenhouse is so full of tomatoes and peppers (red,yellow,and green). I had to do...

Susan E. Roth blogged  

Greetings everyone! I hope that you are all ready for the holidays. I have gotten the fall decor...

aphilbeck8 blogged  

This is the first year we are growing year round. We just ordered some greenhouse tomatoes, I...

BrotherJoseph blogged  

Open-pollinated organic heirloom seeds from:

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What's better than a win-win story?  A win-win-win story of course!  I recently came across...

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