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These grow wild near where I stay

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HOMEGROWN 101s

HOMEGROWN 101: Plant and Grow

In season: Why wing it? Get organized with the Garden Planning 101
More: Tips on transplanting and raising ducks
See all: Plant and Grow 101s, including how to grow various veggies

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HOMEGROWN 101: Cook and Preserve

In season: Spice it up! Make your own harissa
More: Jennifer on homemade bitters, tips on choosing a CSA
See all: Find more recipes and kitchen techniques in Cook and Preserve 101s

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HOMEGROWN 101: Make and Craft

In season: Assemble your own Mason jar bird feeder
More: Try Toni’s homemade body scrub and Charlyn’s beeswax candles
See all: Get crafty! Find oodles more Make and Craft 101s

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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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