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musical gardener
Posted on: Dec 24, 2011

I write a daily blog on gardening, from plants, to soil, to pests, to books.

FlaCracker66
Posted on: Dec 20, 2011

Happy Tuesday.

LovingEwe
Posted on: Dec 17, 2011

As a resident of Florida, a place where I can grow things all year long...I was reflecting on wh

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Dec 16, 2011

It's that time of year again when magical garden dreams begin to sprout!

mary_smith
Posted on: Dec 13, 2011

Christmas is right around the corner.

Nico
Posted on: Dec 6, 2011

When looking at the gardening projects of people in the US and Europe I usually stumble upon the

leduesorelle
Posted on: Dec 5, 2011

I'd see it on a t-shirt or on a bumper sticker, the command "Eat more kale."

julieta
Posted on: Nov 22, 2011

Last week, I picked up a novel called The Magicians by Lev Grossman, thinking that this might be

urban store
Posted on: Nov 21, 2011

When gardening in the winter, it is important to get heat into the garden area.

leduesorelle
Posted on: Nov 21, 2011

I’d put bok choy on our list of vegetables for next season before realizing that it was already g

gracpogue
Posted on: Nov 18, 2011

I grow a few herbs in pots on my deck throughout the growing season.

leduesorelle
Posted on: Nov 7, 2011

The tatsoi we've been growing is part of a salad mix, but it's always bullied the other greens, q

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