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clothespantry
Have you made decisions about the garden grant yet?
y2tlandscape
Hi, I cannot reset my password because it asks for my current password, but as I am a new member, I never had one! Please help, this is a fabulous website and I look forward to joining in! Thank you, Sarah
lana
I bought spring bulbs from the store and they are flowering already. It is February in Pennsylvania so Can I transfer those outside to my garden or is it too early. I haven't planted those before.
Willamette Univ...
How do I post a blog on this site? I filled in the form under "blog" and saved but then kept getting a "this is not a valid URL" message. Additionally, I did not see a "post blog" button. Thanks for any help you can offer.
cpowers
I submitted a Sow It Forward proposal for the Goodwin College Community Garden. Was it received?
Torrent
I submitted the grant request. Should I expect an email?
MeganAzukas
How can I grow a large variety of vegetables in my home? What do I need? Can I grow carrots next to lettuce etc... First time trying this out, I need HELP!
thecorechurch
I wanted to check to see if my grant submission was received. I didn't get any confirmation. Thanks.
Mary Ellen Bonelli
I am trying to grow basil and parsely inside (from seeds) and they are very weak and leggy and seem to have stopped growing, what do I need to do to get them to be strong and flourish? I have them in a sunny window; but it is winter here, do I need a flourecent light or a warmer spot?
mrbobpowell
Hi Folks, I have a question about appropriate ground cover around some raised beds.
stephenwsutton@...
I live near the cost in Southern California (Long Beach) and had these beautiful berries crop up near my black raspberries. It looks like the black currants that my grandmother used to pick. Not sure. Help!?!?
Salma
Can we archive back dated e-magazine of KGI in this new site!!

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