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I hate to start seeds indoors.  Do you?  I find it is really a giant hassle to set it all up in my living room...

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Have you seen this video? I have now watched it and a couple others in the same vein about 50 times as I am preparing...

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image by Sea Moon Are you going to the movies this weekend?  I really want to see the Fabulous Mr. Fox with my family, but...

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I have re-typed (in case you can't read it) the opening paragraph of this article originally printed in Better Homes and Gardens in October 1944:...

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image by beautifulcataya I am so excited that with a visit to one of my regular reads, I solved a little mystery.  I have these...

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While my own verdict on the ubiquitous and questionably effective strawberry pot is still out, I have to say I would be willing to try...

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flower drying shed at the clock barn garden carlisle ma
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Last weekend, the Garden Conservancy held an open garden day in the Boston Area.  There were two gardens on the tour and after visiting them...

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Every sort of plant tag you can imagine is available through Botanique Editions.  And not just the tags but the pens to write them and...

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outdoor tandoori oven www.pithandvigor.com
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by ATouchOfWhimsy I have some married friends who are Italian (the wife) and Indian (the husband)  -- we were chatting about family food and theirs...

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I had to enlist the help of babelfish this morning.  (have you ever used it? --it helps a ton with translating web  pages in other...

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I am adding a bunch of berries to my garden, but my intentions stretch beyond the ordinary strawberry, blueberry, raspberry mix. There are three different...

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I am feverishly putting the final touches to an article due tomorrow about school yard gardens, but I wanted to share another garden that I...

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outdoor garden building inspiration from smokehouses and meathouses www.pithandvigor.com
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I am finding Smoke houses so inspiring today. I know - a little odd, but it is the collision of lots of ideas coming from...

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image by ~hmmm~ The best laid plans of mice and men....the story of my garden. Yes, I suggest that no plan is fool-proof and no...

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I saw this over at Inhabitat and wanted to make sure you all knew.... "Head’s up green thumbs and urban gardeners across the states! Do...

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Goats -- I have been party to much discussion of these animals around my town as well as with a friend. You may remember a...

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I have been trying to use my failing french skills by perusing foreign language blogs....It is a struggle ( I think I need to pull...

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Gutters! Perfect for a small area, or a warm wall.   Grow Vegetables or perhaps some pretty dangle-y flowers (can you imagine nasturtiums?)  Found via Katy...

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Howard Resh has the coolest job. Who is he? He is the garden guy for this place. This is his office. Dr. Resh created the...

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Happy Firday! I have the most busy day and weekend ahead of me, so I am not sure I will be back for another post...

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M*, I* and I picked 2 large colanders full of dandelions yesterday afternoon between our yard and the orchard across the street.   We have boiled...

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