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ORGANIC FISH FERTILIZER

ORGANIC FISH FERTILIZER

  Okay so when doing some research on what works, what does not work, and really what methods are great for our gardens, I have come to notice that there is so much out there in the web. These options are amazing and convenient, but there are so many! This can make things even more

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5 Fruits for Colder Weather

Cold weather is often seen as the end to any chances to grow sweet, organic fruit in your garden. Not anymore! Here are five different fruits you can plant in colder weather. Now you can enjoy sweet, amazing tanginess even during the winter. The first one is peaches. Leaf curl in peaches can be dangerous.

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Gardening with Children Because Every Child Belongs in a Garden

As the saying goes, more than a seed is planted in a garden. Children can learn not just about how natural systems work in a garden—what critters and plants live where and what do they need to survive, but also about themselves. Helping plan, plant and tend a garden can cultivate attributes and life skills

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