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Common Farm Flowers 12 Dec 10
Replying to @AnneWareham
@bulchey so with you re not digging - read charles dowding on subject of
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A Wild Space Mar 7
We know these lovely are essential for healthy soil and we can help them thrive with a policy. Digging not only destroys the aerated texture of the soil but can also damage worms and beneficial fungi and microorganisms.
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Ryan Young 17 May 13
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Blank Industries, LLC 8 Jun 18
Shout out to for their event that we sponsored! It was a huge success and we can't wait to see what other events are coming!
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Motivation Garden 30 Jan 16
Ever heard of a ?
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Nant y Bedd Garden Feb 24
Onion beds mulched with well-rotted horse manure. Planting the onion sets tomorrow. Making the most of the gorgeous weather.
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Annie Penrose-Angley 8 Apr 16
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Colleen Wilton 25 Jan 13
Very excited. About to start building my vegie garden
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LightsCameraBackpack Sep 5
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marian codilla Jun 8
Soaked these roses from the bouquet I got for my birthday in a root enhancing solution before planting the lovelies near a well. Put some Cow’s dung and other organic mulching stuff to keep it hydrated and healthy (hopefully) 🌱💦 🌹
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Captain Planet 16 Nov 17
plans set in motion for a new habitat garden.
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Jesse 2 Apr 12
Layer upon layer upon layer & Voila! A veggie garden lasagna set to go.
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Biodynamic Salad Garden Aug 14
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Nant y Bedd Garden Feb 26
Autumn planted garlic and shallots (foreground) loving the February sun. No dig, organic and in the sunniest place in the garden - can’t fail!
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Biodynamic Salad Garden Aug 14
White Lisbon sown direct 22nd June (root day) almost ready! Looking like 60-70 days from sowing to harvest
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Brandt Valley 30 Sep 17
Our garden got a little crazy, but it's still beautiful and producing!
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Garden Nan Jul 27
This is my third year with a vegetable garden in this spot, but you would never have known it in March
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Berni T-L 8 Apr 18
The has had a hoe. Love the way you can see the different composts. Hope for good results with the veggies
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SproutChange🌱™️ Mar 25
It's Springtime! Time to build your No-Dig Garden Bed! 💚 . Here's a wonderfully resourceful article with a step-by-step approach on why and how-to build your ! . No Dig…
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Beth Manning 11 Feb 14
Been laying down 80 layers of newsprint in the bottom of 1 of our soon to be vegetable gardens. Need pea straw & compost next.
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