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mini plastic greenhouses
DaveHames
Posted on: Apr 3, 2013

Even though for the most part starting plants from seeds is fairly easy, sometimes the seeds need

growing hope
annagrowinghope
Posted on: Apr 2, 2013

It's been a little while since you've heard from us on Growing Hope's blog...there's always a lot

Africanaussie
Posted on: Apr 1, 2013

This year I am going to add some polystyrene boxes to plant tomatoes in.

Eliot Coleman and Barbara Damrosch
Roger Doiron
Posted on: Apr 1, 2013

For many Mainers, April  is affectionately known as mud season.

Ron Finley
Roger Doiron
Posted on: Mar 29, 2013

Artist and designer Ron Finley couldn’t help but notice what was going on in his backyard.

Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Mar 25, 2013

Get your heirloom seeds!

Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Mar 25, 2013

Southern Giant Curled Mustard is old heirloom from the Southern US.

johannagreen
Posted on: Mar 16, 2013

If you have not started your spring peas yet, its about time in most of the continental US.

http://www.missladybugsgarden.com/3/post/2013/03/luxurious-lavender-bath-melts.html
Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Mar 15, 2013

Feel like a princess sinking into a lavender dream with these luxurious homemade bath melts.

elderPaw
Posted on: Mar 6, 2013

As a extension master gardener and MAEscapes past board chair I have concentrated my efforts on c

10 Kitchen Gardens to Visit Before You Die
Roger Doiron
Posted on: Feb 27, 2013

One thing that gardeners understand better than most people is that compost happens.

Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Feb 15, 2013

Are you throwing those vegetable trimmings into the compost bin?

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