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Eden's Dark Margin, a shade loving perennial
Organic Consumer News--93% want GE food labeled
Organic Comsumer Association takes on Monsanto continued...
Stonyfield Farm responds to Monsanto and OCA
January 2011 Monthly Round Up for Garden Snob
Leftover broccoli plants put in the ground January 24th
An online organic gardening course is being offered!
Pesticide approval challenged in California
The Chinese Elm--another shade tree possiblity!
The flowering pear is planted!
Red Sunset Maple for shade in the back patio
Grower's Supply--a catalog for every growing need
Spray-N-Grow: Garden products that are safe
Transplanting a redwood tree
American Persimmons
Spring in January!
Transplanting the rose bush
The Burpee Seed catalog is here!
Organic Comsumer Association takes on Monsanto
Chitalpa tree is fast growing, drought resistant
Southern Exposure Seed donations to community garden
Narcissus Ziva Paperwhites planted now, bring spring blossoms or they can be forced indoors
The first seed catalog arrives!!!!!
Growing a Redwood tree demands a lot of water and some luck
December 2010 Monthly Round Up for Garden Snob
Celebrating the Madrone
Transplanting Peonies for summer blooms
Pruning season has begun
A tulip tree is the first choice for fast shade and beautiful flowers
The Yard Butler comes in very handy for planting bulbs
A beautiful book about trees! Trees: A Visual Guide
The tree holes revisited after a week of rains
The Solstice is a time for quiet contemplation
Solar lights will light your way in the dark of the year
Frosty Fern is a good winter plant
Papillio Amaryllis makes a unique gift for the holidays
A garden tool set and stool make a perfect gardener's gift
Southern Exposure Seed catalog is the first to come
Mini Farming: Self-Sufficiency on 1/4 Acre inspires and informs
A Greenhouse is a great gift
Snow throwers are so very helpful in the north
Christmas Cactus is a great gift for the Holiday Season
Winter Holiday time is poinsetta time
November 2010 Monthly Round-Up for Garden Snob
The River Birch shade tree sounds promising
The Leyland Cypress makes privacy and borders quickly
Digging up bulbs for replanting this fall
The Royal Empress tree is beautiful, fast growing, indestructable
Shade trees for the new house
The Sawtooth Oak is the fastest growing oak
'Green Vase' Zelkova is Japanese origin but sounds like a good shade tree
A Thanksgiving centerpiece from the garden looks fresh and lovely
Baptisia australis--A wild indigo that's easy to grow
Solving the problem of the tree holes
A Quick Tip from "The Weekend Gardener"
Dragon tree is a great house plant
November gardening chores and a Thanksgiving Flag
Superweeds created by the use of Monsanto's Round Up
A great idea from the Helpful Gardener
Edible landscaping is a great idea that has been around thirty years
A great idea from Southern Exposure Fall Newsletter
Some good news from the Big City
The Complete Houseplant Survival Manual: Essential Gardening Know-How for Keeping (Not Killing) More Than 160 Indoor Plants
What you don't know about dirt!
Putting the Rototiller away marks the end of a season
October 2010 Monthly Round Up for Garden Snob
How to Grow Fresh Air: 50 House Plants that Purify Your Home or Office
Clouds on the mountain and a soft rain falling and I remember the flower seeds
The October sun just keeps giving
Pumpkin time is here!
An October garden treat--the last taste of summer
Plant bulbs in fall for blooms in spring
Organic Bytes is a newletter that informs and provides action alerts
Preserving herbs in oil and vinegar
Don't forget to save some of those heirloom seeds!

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