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Posted on: Apr 20, 2010

The season has really kicked in - spring is early but yet late, we have frosts up here in at 100

Mary Riekert
Posted on: Apr 18, 2010


Susan E. Roth
Posted on: Apr 17, 2010

I am so excited local organic spinach is ready and the asparagus is coming next week.

Barbara Damrosch
Posted on: Apr 16, 2010
I call them serendipity salads. A happy byproduct of error.
Posted on: Apr 16, 2010

After consuming my latest crop of parsnips i am sure i will be in rude good health!!!

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Apr 13, 2010

I recently had the good fortune to travel to Cuba as part of trip organized by the

Mary Riekert
Posted on: Apr 12, 2010

I recently visited a wonderful garden in the Yarra Valley, to the east of Melbourne and came awa

Posted on: Apr 11, 2010

After a full month of continual rain we had a weekend of sunshine!  Hopefully that was the final

Wild Flora
Posted on: Apr 11, 2010

Rubythroats are now being sighted throughout most of their breeding range in the United States.

Posted on: Apr 10, 2010

The basil and chives, I planted in three slightly cracked glasses, are thriving in the kitchen w

Jay Oval
Posted on: Apr 10, 2010


Jay Oval
Posted on: Apr 9, 2010

Ok, today I figured out why I couldn't upload my profile pic - I hadn't noticed the error that p




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