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Ariel shared Will Atkinson's blog post on Facebook
Jan 5, 2012
Ariel shared Cornelia's page on Facebook
Dec 4, 2011
Ariel shared From Scratch Club's blog post on Facebook
Dec 3, 2011
Ariel replied to Ellen Peavey's discussion 'No Dig Potatoes'
"I am uber curious about this tuber venture in the bucket pics please...Using pine straw as a mock raised bed is great too, I take four bales arranged in a square or row and loosen the middle top with layers of vermicompost and water in for one week…"
Nov 29, 2011
Ariel replied to Cornelia's discussion 'How to grow uber tomatoes - even if you start them too early' in the group Urban Gardeners
"I have 4" 5wk old Heirlooms (sophie's choice and striped roman) I staked them with cut skewers and old bag ties...I am going to try this method though. Wondering about the peppers too? Thank you for the tomtastic suggestion."
Mar 25, 2011
Ariel joined johna's group

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.
Mar 25, 2011
Ariel is now a member of HOMEGROWN
Feb 16, 2011

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What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
Earth Mama
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Love this Life
A bit about me:
I dig in the dirt, grow from seed to table, attend a tech school for horticulture and aspire to have my own Goddess Greenhouse sooner then later.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Filet tip and roasted corn risotto...
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Unteathered Soul
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