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Fall Planting in Florida!

I started my blog originally to generate interest in Health and Nutrition.  The more research I did, the more disgusted I became with what has been done to our food chain.  RGBh, gmo-seeds and…Continue

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Started by Marianne Smith Oct 29, 2011.

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I'm in the process of trying to grow my blog from something that I feel is pretty amateurish into something more professional to support my recently growing readership.  I'd love to have meaningful…Continue

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Comment by Ellen Peavey on April 8, 2014 at 1:28pm

I have four raised beds I'm working on this year, one bed I have added four wheel barrels of composted chicken straw and leaves. I want to start adding some tomatoes,peppers and onions. I will dig a small hole and add some dirt then put the plant in, this bed has direct sunlight for more then six hours a day. I'm hoping this will work because our soil is hard clay that is the reason for the raised beds.

Comment by Ellen Peavey on May 27, 2014 at 7:28am

 I have planted cucumbers and a wee pumpkin and four Jalapeno peppers, some cabbage and some sunflowers. My mint from last year has returned and is bigger than ever, the sun has helped the cucumbers really blossom.

Comment by Ellen Peavey on May 27, 2014 at 7:30am

 More pictures the cucumbers are coming out of the tomato cages.

Comment by Ellen Peavey on May 27, 2014 at 7:33am

 The wee pumpkin, this is the first time I have tried this pumpkin hoping it will survive.

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