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wishingdeeply
2 years 4 months ago
been seed shopping reciently... gonna be planting very, very soon
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LittleHomestead...
2 years 4 months ago
PLanning our garden......SO EXCITED!
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Anonymous (not verified)
2 years 5 months ago
lookin forward to being a part of this kgi bunch looks like i can learn alot
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Anonymous (not verified)
2 years 5 months ago
this is going to be an interesting adventure into the world of gardening..never have done it..but if i can get a flowering plant to look like that...maybe?i can grow a tomatoe too!
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GStevenson
2 years 5 months ago
Just used raw fava bean leaves for first time in a salad. Very good and sweet, pea-like flavor. Need to plant more.
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ca
2 years 5 months ago
This last weekend I planted sugar snap peas, lettuce, spinach, mizuna and mache. I also have some Winter Density and Flashy Trout Back lettuces that wintered over. It's fun to already have a few leaves to throw into a salad.
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BobEwing
2 years 5 months ago
Working on several food gardens this year as well as my balcony garden
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Lemongrass
2 years 5 months ago
Have been away from KGI for almost 2 years and am back again. I moved to Grenada in the Caribbean and is starting my backyard gardening. We are now in the beginning of the dry season, but I am very excited cause I can grow all year round.
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Lemongrass
2 years 5 months ago
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david e kelley
2 years 5 months ago
Oops! BlissfulGarden prompted me to post a status update and say that I read all of the posts and comments, since I certainly haven't lost interest in K.G.I. and kitchen gardening. I've had an unusual year, but now the excitement is growing to start my small spring garden and enjoy the benefits of good home grown food this coming year. Also to tell my old (figure of speech) friends that I'm doing well and hope to contribute to the cause again. Stay natural, David
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BlissfulGarden
2 years 5 months ago
Hello all! I'm an avid gardener, but new to veggies. I garden on a typically small city lot. This past year, I began planting vegetables in containers and among other plants in my raised beds. After a season of tomatoes, eggplant and kale, my family is hooked. By joining KGI, I hope to learn more about how to successfully incorporate and grow edibles within my existing gardens.
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adarinkitch15
2 years 5 months ago
I am just an ordinary guy who is grateful for the simple things in life. I want to share my knowledge with all my friends.
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Roger Doiron
2 years 5 months ago
KGI gets a mention in today's Washington Post. Check it out here: http://wapo.st/159u1Qm
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New England Kit...
2 years 5 months ago
Check out some more of our designs and garden pics here. www.facebook.com/pages/New-England-Kitchen-Garden/146149788792822?ref=hl
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New England Kit...
2 years 5 months ago
The key thing to do before you plan your garden is to go skiing. Sounds crazy but now I have the patience needed to think out my spring.
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StephaniedeWit
2 years 5 months ago
Just planted some new fruittrees.. I'm looking forward to apples, pears and cherries!
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BarryStanton
2 years 5 months ago
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capecodmushroom
2 years 5 months ago
Hi, Glad to have joined the community! I have linked the Cape Cod Mushroom Club to Kitchen Gardeners International via the links page at www.capecodmushroom.org Keep it UP!
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Lunamusprime
2 years 5 months ago
New to the group. I'm looking forward to learning new things.
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shankwiler
2 years 5 months ago
HELP! I recently moved from the City of Ypsilanti Michigan to the Township of Ypsilanti, Michigan to find that growing anything for kitchen use in the front yard is prohibited! I absolutely refuse to have a lawn, oh the wastefulness! How can I get the community I live in to see that gardens in the front yard is a good thing?
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