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Spring gardeners put in a lot of time starting seeds and getting the garden ready, but often...

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growing mache in the winter

"It's spelled 'm-â-c-h-e,' not 'm-o-s-h,' " I explained to my young friend, "with the little...

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This video produced by the University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment offers more...

This happened to me about 11 months ago. I won't let it happen again and I'm mentioning it...
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I have started making chicken stock due to someone insisting on buying cheap tasteless generic...

I read recently that Southern California is one of just a few places in the world that have a...

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home garden economics

With the global economy spiraling downward and Mother Nature preparing to reach upward, it’s a...

The White House has recently extended the First Family's garden season by installing hoophouses...

I couldn't blame you if you answered "yes". That's certainly the impression that you'd get from...

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