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fred walsh
  • Oak Harbor, WA
  • United States
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fred walsh commented on Kristie Nackord's blog post 'How to Grow Poppies (Papaver somniferum)'
"Nice Poppy garden, although one should check their local regs for growing the papavar somniferum.. A nice display or a large garden can in rare instances catch the eye of local law enforcement."
Feb 26, 2011
fred walsh and Lynda Reynolds are now friends
Feb 16, 2011
fred walsh replied to Torry's discussion '2011 Seed Swap' in the group Resurrect the Barter!
"Id love to be in the program but this is my first yr gardening at home will have some seeds to swap next yr .. have found many heirloom seeds that should be here any day on order from  "seed savers exchange " catalog. as well as…"
Jan 13, 2011
fred walsh joined Torry's group
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Resurrect the Barter!

Linking people together to trade farm goods. Variety is good!See More
Jan 13, 2011
fred walsh commented on Nancy Chase's blog post 'Guess the Piglets!'
"I am going with the obvious choice,  Circe on the evening of the 19th January"
Jan 13, 2011
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Dec 15, 2010
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Urban Gardeners

Gardening in the city is where it is at! Small spaces, roof gardens, window boxes. Talk about your methods. Share your stories. Grow your knowledge.
Dec 15, 2010
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Dec 15, 2010
fred walsh commented on High Mowing Organic Seeds's blog post 'Growing Sprouts for a Burst of Winter Greens'
"Wow soaking in bleach? no I havnt heard  that either, that just sounds a bit scary to me..really all i do is put about 2 rounded tbsp of seeds, (a bit more if youre doing mung beans) into a clean mason jar, fill it with fairly warm water, swirl…"
Dec 15, 2010
fred walsh replied to Laura K's discussion 'Homegrown Holiday Gifts'
"Gave out "sprouting kits" last yr,   (consisted of  home printed directions, a quart mason jar, $2 sprouting lid from the local coop, and about 1/2 cup of mixed alfalfa, mung bean,radish seeds from same coop).  Almost…"
Dec 15, 2010
fred walsh commented on High Mowing Organic Seeds's blog post 'Growing Sprouts for a Burst of Winter Greens'
"In step 2 you say to keep the jar covered to keep out light, i have been sprouting for yrs and have never heard this, why do you do that, whats the benefit, I sprout in a mason jar with a sprouting lid, upside down in my sink strainer, usually have…"
Dec 15, 2010
fred walsh is now a member of HOMEGROWN
Dec 14, 2010

Profile Information

What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
Cube Farmer
A bit about me:
I just am...
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
cornish hens, with risotto and mushroom asparagus
Currently reading:
my palms..
Currently listening to:
the tiny voices in my head
My latest DIY project:
my ponytail..
Web site I recommend:
http://notmilk.org

Comment Wall (1 comment)

At 11:47am on February 4, 2011, Caroline Malcolm said…

Hi Fred! Welcome to Homegrown. It looks like you have taken advantage of all the site has to offer, and I hope you're enjoying the conversation!

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