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Green Gardening

Can't wait to start digging in the earth? Spring is around the corner so it's time to start planning your new garden. New enthusiasts or seasoned gardener, let's share our green gardening tips and joys.

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Gardening for Health - Totnes Healthy Futures.

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Canadian Couple's Kitchen Garden Targeted By Authorities

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I expected more from the Canadians. This is something that should be encouraged, not deterred.Illegal Front Yard Garden: Canadian Couple's Kitchen Garden Targeted By Authorities…Continue

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Cactiphilia

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Although I have mixed feelings about arid landscapes such as the southwestern region of the US, I do really like cacti and succulents. There is just something about the uniqueness of their forms, their ways of adapting to their environment, and…Continue

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Easy methods to Prepare Your own Veg Backyard From Seed-stock

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It's time in my neck of the woods to begin thinking about what seeds to order for the coming gardening season.  In March I generally start a number of crops indoors here in northern Vermont so that they'll be ready to venture outside for hardening…Continue

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Comment was by Idaho Spud on Monday

I would like the US to go completely metric, but celsius temperature is hard for me to get an idea of what it means.  I always have to plug it into my calculator and see what it is in F.  After 79 years of using F, it's too much of a chore to switch to C.

Comment was by Idaho Spud on Monday

Joan, I use about 2 inches of city water to water my garden about twice a week in the summer.

I don't like to use city water because of the chlorine in it, although I have read that the top inch of soil neutralized it before it gets to the roots, so maybe it's not bad for that reason.

Another reason I don't like it, is because it's alkaline and makes my soil too alkaline for most plants if I don't keep adding sulfur to acidify the soil.

Comment was by Davy on Monday

Hee hee hee

Stephen should you wish to be more accurate the temperature of water as a solid is =273.15 degrees K and becomes gaseous at 283.15 degrees K with 0 degrees K being -273.15 degrees C

Ha ha  ha

Here is something for you Stephen.
What is the size 0.06479891 grams? 
I visualise it better in the troy system of weights as it used a natural item found in nature as the basis for it.

Comment was by Randall Smith on Monday

Our foot of snow from a week ago is finally beginning to melt. We've had just enough to insulate my strawberries and carrots. Found a dead robin yesterday.  I've seen quite a few around lately for this time of year. They won't eat my bird seed like many others do.

Comment was by Mrs.B on Monday

Well I have to admit I tried looking at obituaries quite some time ago.

Comment was by Chris B on Monday

For a long time I've had the feeling that our Flying Atheist was killed by his health problems, and that his family never thought of noticing his internet friends...

Comment was by Mrs.B on Monday

Sure odd how he just went totally silent. He seemed to do so well after the transplant, & then suddenly, nothing.

Comment was by Joan Denoo on Monday

Mrs. B., No, I have not heard anything from or about Carl, although I have a notice in my Tickler File to try again each month. Clearly, his email address does not exist anymore or he or his family do not check it, or he is unable to respond.  

Comment was by Chris B on Monday

Zone 7 to 9, and I'll start to grow things inside this month.

Comment was by Mrs.B on Monday

Yes, that is a worry.

Hahahaha.....at least crossed fingers is more fun than praying.

 

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