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illustration from thomas hill book
rvisser
Posted on: May 8, 2012

The first popular book in English about gardening was written by Thomas Hill (b. ca.

build a hoophouse
Roger Doiron
Posted on: May 7, 2012

Building a hoophouse is a bit like having children: there's a lot of pleasure involved at the ide

sky image
rvisser
Posted on: May 6, 2012

Perhaps I am never so happy as when I am on my knees digging in the soil.  For, only when I am on

Virtues of Raised Beds
rvisser
Posted on: May 5, 2012

We harvested our first spinach this morning while it was still cool and the plants were fully hyd

Barbara Damrosch
Posted on: May 4, 2012

I love the idea of a spring tonic.

rvisser
Posted on: May 1, 2012

For the beginning gardener, having ready access to good foundational gardening books can be immen

johannagreen
Posted on: May 1, 2012

Potato planting always seems to mark a definitive start to spring gardening for me.

david e kelley
Posted on: May 1, 2012

This is interesting information especially for those starting a new garden plot.

aliyahsmom444
Posted on: Apr 29, 2012

Last week we decided to dig out a 10 x25 foot space in the front yard for a vegetable garden .

BrotherJoseph
Posted on: Apr 28, 2012

Because of Amaranth's use in religious rituals, the Spanish forbade it's cultivation.

AndSewOn
Posted on: Apr 28, 2012

We are a family of 5 (Mum, Dad & 3 girls aged 15 & 10 & 7, and Tigger the cat who is

Mycorrhizal fungi root tips
toddheft
Posted on: Apr 27, 2012

Fungi, along with bacteria, are the primary vehicles through which organic matter decomposes. Bre

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