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The season has really kicked in - spring is early but yet late, we have frosts up here in at...

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Further to my last blog - here is the chaos that making a seed mix produced.

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I first heard of Guerilla Gardening a couple of years ago. The idea is to brighten up public...

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The basil and chives, I planted in three slightly cracked glasses, are thriving in the kitchen...

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It begins with the first seed catalogs in the deepest cold of winter, in the daydreams of good...

Spring to me is not only planting peas, and starting indoor seedlings, it is a time of wonderful...

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