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ShanazAshfaq
Posted on: Jun 9, 2012

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

America's Subsidy Garden
Roger Doiron
Posted on: Jun 8, 2012

With the First Lady's White House Kitchen Garden book launch cooling down and the federal Farm Bi

shepherd’s purse
Barbara Damrosch
Posted on: Jun 8, 2012

They’re called poor people’s foods.

Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Jun 8, 2012

Is your garden buggy?  We all want organic gardens teeming with beneficial insects.

Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Jun 7, 2012

Grow Cosmic Purple carrots for the most beautiful and delectable carrot of them all.

Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Jun 7, 2012

Most people love a great massage.   It is a method of relaxation and healing.

Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Jun 7, 2012

Do you usually have an over abundance of cherry tomatoes?

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Jun 7, 2012

In case you missed the First Lady doing the "Top 10 List" on the David Letterman show, here are h

Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Jun 5, 2012

This is my first year growing lemon cucumbers and boy are they delicious.

garlic scapes
rvisser
Posted on: Jun 2, 2012

It’s always a great happiness when garlic scapes are ready for harvest each year.  Garlic scapes

apples on tree
Barbara Damrosch
Posted on: Jun 1, 2012

The artist and writer Eric Sloane tells a true story in his 1965 book “A Reverence for Wood” abou

tomato supports and trellises
Roger Doiron
Posted on: May 31, 2012

Tomatoes are happy to grow every which way, rightside up, upside down, left and right.

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