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garlic scapes

It’s always a great happiness when garlic scapes are ready for harvest each year.  Garlic scapes...

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My Aunt Karen has made this pie for years. It's a favourite in the family.

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Something's eating my green bean plants. Any advice?
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Planting three rhubarb plants a few years back initially seemed like too much, but now that we'...

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apples on tree

The artist and writer Eric Sloane tells a true story in his 1965 book “A Reverence for Wood”...

Roger Doiron blogged  
tomato supports and trellises

Tomatoes are happy to grow every which way, rightside up, upside down, left and right. So why...

Heather Nauta shared a recipe  

There are lots of things you can do to add flavor to your cooking, but one that I've found to...

smilinggardener posted a status update 
It's been on my list to delve into the new KGI site for 6 weeks - I'm finally doing it today and is it ever AWESOME!
antonis posted a status update 
Spring crops finished.All in all, 16,5 kg/36,4 lbs of organic vegetables off 8 sq m/85 sq ft since 1/1/12. Recently expanded to 10 sq m.




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