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Roger Doiron
Posted on: Dec 22, 2010

We know that when life gives us lemons, we're supposed to make lemonade, but what can gardeners

david e kelley
Posted on: Dec 21, 2010

Plant a tree to honor someone.  Fill it with paper cranes each containing a wish.  Dedic

BrotherJoseph
Posted on: Dec 20, 2010
Peter
Posted on: Dec 17, 2010

(Crossposted from cookblog).

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Dec 15, 2010

What's better than a win-win story?  A win-win-win story of course!  I recently came across

BrotherJoseph
Posted on: Dec 14, 2010

Open-pollinated organic heirloom seeds from:

aphilbeck8
Posted on: Dec 11, 2010

This is the first year we are growing year round.

Susan E. Roth
Posted on: Dec 11, 2010

Greetings everyone! I hope that you are all ready for the holidays.

aphilbeck8
Posted on: Dec 10, 2010

Really, Our greenhouse is so full of tomatoes and peppers (red,yellow,and green).

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Dec 8, 2010

Do ever feel like you're racing against the clock to avoid having something "blow up" in your li

amy manning
Posted on: Dec 5, 2010

If you are a gardener in the Pacific Northwest, you need to know about this pest.

Barbara Damrosch
Posted on: Dec 3, 2010
Ask good gardeners what gifts they'd like for the December holidays, and they'll probably say,

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