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Roger Doiron blogged  
garden of hope

For gardeners in wealthy countries, it's easy to take for granted the psychological benefits...

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Want to delight your guests at the breakfast table?  This topping is made with three simple...

Want to delight your guests at the breakfast table?  This topping is made with three simple...

Ally-Taylor posted a status update 
What should I plant for the Australian winter in Newcastle? It's a crazy season of a week of sun and a week of rain!
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elljeedub asked a question 
Do Anise Hyssop plants (in the mint family) need to be plucked/pruned at the top to make them bushier?
johannagreen blogged  

Our garlic harvest came early this year, but was a really nice one.  I grow mostly soft neck...

ca posted a status update 
I finally planted tomato starts last weekend. This late spring, we have been having weather that is 10 degrees below normal, so I am currently tenting the tomatoes with row cover. Even though it's cold, I'm going to go ahead and plant pole beans today. Hopefully, we'll get through our unseasonably cold weather soon!
SunnyBlooms asked a question 
Can I re-plant in the same spot?
ColleenD posted a status update 
My garden is all just about planted now. Worried about late blight on the tomatoes.

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