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smilinggardener
Posted on: Nov 14, 2010

The classic book The Secret Life of Plants by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird docum

Allotmentmanyork
Posted on: Nov 13, 2010

I have been reading a little recently about '

amy manning
Posted on: Nov 12, 2010

I just attempted growing and cooking cardoon for the first time.

amy manning
Posted on: Nov 11, 2010

I didn't know that until recently.

julieta
Posted on: Nov 10, 2010

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching...and it always makes me nervous.

amy manning
Posted on: Nov 9, 2010

Here in the Pacific Northwest, slugs are our worst problem.

Vegetable Vagabond
Posted on: Nov 9, 2010

My father was a nursery

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Nov 9, 2010

It's not every day that a KGI member writes a book, so I want to take a moment to congratulate H

david e kelley
Posted on: Nov 9, 2010

Newsletter from the Dirt Doctor, Howard Garrett.  My organic guru.

Salma
Posted on: Nov 8, 2010

Africanaussie
Posted on: Nov 8, 2010

Monday, November 8, 2010
Lopping the top off the pawpaw tree

Jan Maes
Posted on: Nov 7, 2010

About a month ago, on 10/10/10, parents and children at my boys’

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