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edible front yard
Roger Doiron
Posted on: Jul 3, 2012

The suburban front yard of the future is already here as is clear from this picture from Drummond

Tomatillos growing with Daisies
Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Jul 2, 2012

I am growing yellow tomatillos to use in Mexican dishes like chile verde stew, guacamole, quesadi

Flowers and Vegetables Mix
rvisser
Posted on: Jun 29, 2012

It may not be obvious from this photo, but among the many flowers in our front yard, we have stra

stuffed grape leaves
Barbara Damrosch
Posted on: Jun 28, 2012

A while back, I wrote about my adventures stuffing some huge nasturtium leaves.

toddheft
Posted on: Jun 28, 2012

I've experimented with a lot of compost bins and unfortunately I've outgrown anything available c

Lemon Balm
Barbara Damrosch
Posted on: Jun 19, 2012

Such a lovely herb. So pretty in the garden, so fragrant, so soothing in a tea.

CIEDM
Posted on: Jun 19, 2012

There are two special environmental events in the US for us as Kitchen Gardners in the US to cele

Canadiangirl
Posted on: Jun 15, 2012

My garden gets away on me. By August plants on paths are taller than the beds.

Africanaussie
Posted on: Jun 14, 2012

 

garden of hope
Roger Doiron
Posted on: Jun 13, 2012

For gardeners in wealthy countries, it's easy to take for granted the psychological benefits that

johannagreen
Posted on: Jun 10, 2012

Our garlic harvest came early this year, but was a really nice one.

ShanazAshfaq
Posted on: Jun 9, 2012

Planted tomatoes.though small area but it was good start.Just ouside my bedroom window,in the gro

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