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Posted on: Feb 13, 2011

Last night inspiration struck me as I was walking past the kitchen.

Posted on: Feb 12, 2011

So I am eagerly anticipating the beginning of spring.

Peter H. Barnes
Posted on: Feb 11, 2011

Did you know Raspberries plants can last 30 years, I recomend at least 15 plants per person, thi

Posted on: Feb 10, 2011

I am sitting in front of the fireplace watching the snow fall, flipping through gardening catalo

Farmer Dave
Posted on: Feb 9, 2011

History of a homesteader

Live You’re Dreams -Plant Your Future

Posted on: Feb 9, 2011

You might think I’m strange, but right about Valentine’s Day I start to crave homegrown salad gr

Posted on: Feb 9, 2011

Ah, blissful sun, how I've missed you.

Vegetable Vagabond
Posted on: Feb 8, 2011

It has been really interesting being part of my local Community Garden in south eastern Tasmania

John Hershey
Posted on: Feb 8, 2011

For us gardeners, the approach of spring is a most exciting time.

David Buchanan
Posted on: Feb 7, 2011

The middle of August, a hot summer afternoon in southern Maine, I pulled to the curb in a Portla

history of school gardens
Rose Hayden-Smith
Posted on: Feb 4, 2011

In 1909, Ventura, California schoolteacher Zilda M.

Josephene Duffy
Posted on: Feb 3, 2011

When Roger asked for contributions to the KGI newsletter on school gardens, I couldn't resist th




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