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ykcowrebbaj
Posted on: Apr 30, 2011

Anyway, it turns out I don't?

amy manning
Posted on: Apr 29, 2011

Its hard to see in this photo, but there is a copper slug barrier around this plant.

Peter
Posted on: Apr 18, 2011

If you live in the Eastern US, chances are you have wild garlic growing all over the place.

Farmer Dave
Posted on: Apr 14, 2011

School Gardens are feeding us, the kids love it!

Peter
Posted on: Apr 14, 2011

After success making feta, I have moved on to white mold-ripened cheeses like Brie and Camembert.

gardendesk
Posted on: Apr 12, 2011

I live in a rural part of Northern Kentucky.

DWGardener
Posted on: Apr 11, 2011

trying to see if I can post photos ..

amy manning
Posted on: Apr 6, 2011

I live in the Pacific Northwest, on a heavily forested piece of property.

johannagreen
Posted on: Apr 4, 2011

I keep looking for a definitive sign but everytime I think I see one it becomes covered with a b

DWGardener
Posted on: Apr 3, 2011

I have some great aviation aluminum tubing that I'd like to use, to create items for my garden.

spirit2sole
Posted on: Apr 1, 2011

I have anticipated this weekend for a long time, it has been organized, over and over again.

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