You can grow your own food. We can help.

As we rapidly approach our first frost date for my corner of Tennessee, I thought I would take...

Eat Your Greens, Belize!

This is a salad from a garden I started from scratch last...

Allotmentmanyork blogged  

This is a picture i took recently of the bottom of my garden. It is sort of my orchard, as...

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Tonight's dinner was a Savory Fall Stew. In it was onions, garlic, potatoes, zucchinis,...

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This is an interesting and slightly amusing...

G9 blogged  

After reading about all of the wonderful health benefits of Lemongrass I planted a tiny pot of...

Faan blogged  

I have been asked for some info on SA gardening.  Here is a start.

As far as I can see...

This is the time of year when the potted mums and pansies are out in full force.  I used to...

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