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Cedar Transplant

"Awesome, a good friend of mine did that for years and actually made the entire side yard moss. It was so soft and cushionie (made it easy on the bum when parties were really good at their place,lol:). They lived in the woods too, but they had been…"
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Road Side Wildflowers

"OMG, Jennifer I am so excited I actually posted pics!!!! I have no idea what these flowers are. They came from the road side is all I know at this point. All of the flowers on the property are either transplants from other areas of the property or a…"
11 hours ago
Jennifer commented on Mary Lou Russo's photo
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Cedar Transplant

"Mary Lou: What a good plant forager you are! I've been gathering moss lately myself, but I'm not sure where I'm going to put it yet. Somewhere shady ..."
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Jennifer commented on Mary Lou Russo's photo
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Road Side Wildflowers

"Gorgeous! Are those purple echinacea in there? (And yep, Henry is just as pretty as the flowers!)"
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Mary Lou Russo posted photos
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Jennifer commented on Pam Joseph's blog post 'Progressing towards an edible balcony'
"Pam: Thanks so much for the update! Radiant heat from the patio does seem useful, and planting things in pots that can chase the sun seems very smart. And what good news about the worm towers! I haven't tried those myself, but I'm…"
16 hours ago
Janet Buechler replied to HOMEGROWN.org's discussion 'Homemade Mustard 101'
"I definitely will try it.  I don't care for plain yellow mustard unless a recipe calls for it as a seasoning. And we prefer the stronger mustards.  I just can't handle pure heat.  So we are anxious to try it!"
16 hours ago
Jennifer replied to HOMEGROWN.org's discussion 'Homemade Mustard 101'
"Hi, Janet! Yep, it's INTENSE. In a good way, I think—but for folks looking for the equivalent of yellow grocery store mustard, this isn't it. It's strong and spicy, more in a horseradish way than in a hot-hot way. Would be great…"
17 hours ago
Dyan Redick commented on Erika S. Haines's status
"Reminds me of that great movie with Anthony Hopkins "The Fastest Indian". He had a lemon tree that grew very well! "
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Jennifer commented on Erika S. Haines's status
"Love it! But Dyan, remind me to call before I show up at your farm unannounced. Wouldn't want to catch you with your pants—well. You know. (Insert racuous cackle here.)"
yesterday
Dyan Redick commented on Erika S. Haines's status
"Pee on it! LOL. Seriously, there are a lot of articles on the acidity of soil for citrus trees. Using a vinegar solution, or something else to get the Ph to where it needs to be might do the trick. Urine is one source, many others. Some folks…"
yesterday
 

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The Stew: A Potluck Member Blog

Drying Aronia Berry

Posted by Bruce Weaver on October 16, 2014 at 2:16pm

Orange or Lemon Peel cleaner

Posted by Vicki Bright on October 14, 2014 at 3:08pm — 1 Comment

Happy Harvest Time, Fresh Eggs, a successful CSA

Posted by Joe Klinkhoff on October 9, 2014 at 7:10am

Whats it mean to be a locavore?

Posted by Bruce Weaver on October 1, 2014 at 1:31am

Goats Will Be Kids.

Posted by Dyan Redick on September 30, 2014 at 8:48am

Our Garden is Rockin!!

Posted by Star Miller on September 22, 2014 at 12:26am — 1 Comment

Distribute the Surplus

Posted by Charlyn on September 21, 2014 at 10:30pm — 1 Comment

Does Mosanto Control our Food in the US?

Posted by Marianne Smith on September 18, 2014 at 6:00am — 1 Comment

NEEM hosts Dr. Fernando Funes from Cuba

Posted by Jeff Ensminger on September 13, 2014 at 8:28pm

Growing a Kitchen Garden

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HOMEGROWN 101s

HOMEGROWN 101: Plant and Grow

Don't miss: Urban Overalls shares plans for a simple cold frame
More: Tips on garden tool care and garden winterizing
See all: Plant and Grow 101s, including how-tos on specific crops

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HOMEGROWN 101: Cook and Preserve

Don't miss: Jackie's recipe for delectable apple molasses
More: Dr. John on dehydrating, Joe on fermented chili paste
See all: Cook and Preserve 101s

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HOMEGROWN 101: Make and Craft

The latest: Keep feathered friends fueled with Mason jar bird feeders
More: Nat on bartering, Toni on veggie candleholders
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Calling all HOMEGROWN types: Got a question? Ask it here! Want to share what you know? Discuss it here! Consider this forum your community garden, where you can learn from and help each other. Hooray, teamwork!

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