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Most families eat eggs. But shopping for eggs can be stressful. While caged eggs are cheap, it’s hard to enjoy an omelette while you are thinking about the hens locked in cages. 786 more words

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Incoming Spring

I Love Flowers. I Love flowers in Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.

Flowers are like the Goddesses of Nature because of their colors, parfums, and attractive for smalls beasts. 78 more words


Snow Pea Teepee: Part 1

My first project in the Edible Garden is a Snow Pea Teepee! As Snow Peas are avid climbers, you need a strong frame to support them as they grow and I’ve decided on the cheap and fun Teepee structure! 452 more words

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A Garden is a Place We Are Invited Into

I have the great privilege of being a part-time garden educator for two K-5 schools in Princeton, New Jersey, a town that has had a commitment to garden education for over a decade.  715 more words

Sharing Habitat

Plan Bee

So… plan bee… I call it plan bee because when I picked up my seed order last month, it appeared I had the little pollinating marvels on my mind! 231 more words


Edible Garden Art; The Truth About Espaliers

It’s time to talk about espaliers. Not only because winter and early spring is the best time of year to consider planting or making one – but also because I’ve noticed a couple of mis-conceptions about this useful garden form among my design clients, so I think it’s time for an overview. 936 more words

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Eco Homemade Lunch

No one can say no to the great pleasure of eating a salad from our own garden. Especially if it is completely organic and as varied as this one. 137 more words