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My Lawn Mower is still in the shop getting it's annual tune-up. It won't be back until at least next week. Meanwhile I am considering...

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It's a common refrain that I read on other garden related blogs.....where is the 'G' on networks like HGTV?...really they should just start to call...

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Chelsea is just around the corner and being as this show changed my life, I feel this pull every year to be there if not...

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Vegetables from Italy
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Do you travel to eat?  I do. My husband and fondly remember many meals...and when I say meals, I am not just talking about the...

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I read this article about growing 100lbs of potatoes in 4 square ft. My garden beds are actually 4 x 4 so if I did...

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Bolted is, I think, a term that you don't know truly until you planted a vegetable garden. I remember the first lettuce that bolted in...

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Make your raised garden easier. This kit offered by Scout Regalia just needs you to add the wood (locally sourced). A great idea from a...

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It is spring and it is Ramp season. Ramps are type of wild onion/leek that are native to much of the eastern US but are...

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Wrapping up Hope In bloom week, Roberta shared one of her favorite garden recipes.  (Did I mention she is also a chef?) Have you planted...

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huckleberry (OREGON VACCINIUM )
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Huckleberry Finn, Huckleberry Hound, Huckleberry Pie (Strawberry Shortcake's best friend).... I am wondering if, even though these broadly known characters are all named for the...

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I am loving everything in Cox and Cox's online shop (far beyond just the garden goodies). In addition to clever items for stylish outdoor living,...

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The Hudson Valley Seed Library is developing a locally grown seed network and hopes to be able to offer 100% locally grown seeds by 2014....

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Blended gardens are a trend arising from a desire to marry beauty and functionality.  It's cool to be able to say you grew something yourself...

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We started out this series last week with the Eco-Boosting trend but I have found that I have so much to say that I am...

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One of the most exciting things that I saw at New England Grows last week is that a local grower has taken on the Hort...

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At the NE Grows show yesterday, I met Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl.  She had a lovely stand and since I am a sucker for...

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New England Grows kicks off this morning and there is a presentation about diversifying your business in tough economic times that is being given by...

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It's good to be back home and getting back to a normal schedule.  I spent a day and a half right after New Year's at...

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Growing Cassoulet beans image by Buster&Bubby
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I am planning my Christmas dinner.  I happen to have  a duck in the freezer and since this Christmas will be a small affair of...

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I am still sorting through my seed catalogs....but Martha (once again) just gave me good reason to get on with it...now.... I was thinking of...

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In recognition of the holiday at hand, I am reading a very interesting little e-book that I stumbled upon. Squanto's Garden is filling my head...

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