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Torry left a comment for Meg
"Meg, here's a good pdf on the elderberry. Now that I am looking for them, I see them everywhere! (They are blooming right now in NC) I see a lot in the roadsides, and will be harvesting as much as possible. If you like, we could work out a way…"
Jun 19, 2009
Pam replied to Meg's discussion 'Skill swaps?' in the group Boston HOMEGROWNers
"I'm also interested in starting to garden and don't know much! I came across the Seed, Sow and Grow program through the Boston Natural Areas Network (http://www.bostonnatural.org/SeedSowGrow.htm) They have a bunch of programs like Planning…"
Feb 18, 2009

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curious student of all things homegrown
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I'm a doctoral student, a makeshift librarian, a home cook, a home baker, a home brewer, a home gardener, a home preserver, and a (new!) home owner.

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At 8:43am on June 19, 2009, Torry said…
Meg, here's a good pdf on the elderberry. Now that I am looking for them, I see them everywhere! (They are blooming right now in NC) I see a lot in the roadsides, and will be harvesting as much as possible. If you like, we could work out a way to get some to you, I could stratify some seeds....lemme know.
http://plants.usda.gov/plantguide/pdf/cs_sanic4.pdf
At 2:13pm on January 29, 2009, Amber said…
Why thank you! :)
 
 
 

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