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Rodale's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening is an oldie but a goodie
Handwoven Mayan Hammock is made for hammock lovers
Topsy Turvy Tomato Planter makes the mainstream media
Sweet Petunias House Flag is a cheerful reminder of spring
Strathwood Recliners mean high end comfort
The Search for the Perfect Timer continues
My lilacs are blooming!
Why does the American Cancer Society object to naming environmental causes of cancer?
Peltor Professional Noise Canceling Earmuff - Save Your Hearing
Your Organic Garden is getting a big boost
Spring finally seems to have arrived
The asparagus is thriving in the new bed! But what kind is it?
Mowing the lawn is good exercise and Lawn Boy is a good buy
The great wildflower experiment results are mixed
Composted Chicken manure is a great fertilizer and helps build soil
A gardener's life is submits to the unexpected
The Backyard Bird Feeder's Bible: the complete guide to both the birds and the food
April 2010 Monthly Roundup for Garden Snob
The first seed planting of the year always makes me happy
Troy-Bilt Tiller is one of the best for the gardener weary of hand digging
Thoughts of a Frustrated Gardener on a Cold April Day
Western Garden Book: The gardening bible for those west of the Rockies
Squirrel Wars will help you outsmart backyard pests
Brome Squirrel Buster Classic has great reviews
Cawtaba Corn Seeds are carefully planted to preserve an old variety
Wildflower Seeds to make color for that bare spot in the yard or garden
Grafting the Pearmaine apple
Landmann Fireplace saved the Easter Party
Dawn Redwood is an ancient deciduous conifer and has a fascinating history
Spring Hill Nursery has unique plants and gives a lifetime guarantee
SF Mayor discovers the difficulty of trying to be green
Lawn Care tips from Cornell University, a good gardening resource
A Low-Maintenance System for a Beautiful, Safe Lawn
A typical spring day before Easter produces the usual anxiety
Spring Lawns Alive - All-Natural Fertilizer gets your lawn off to a good start
March 2010 Monthly Round up for Garden Snob
Earthway Hand Operated Spreader/Seeder for seeding and fertilizing
Latex Sterile Gloves protect the hands while weeding!
Baker Creek Heirloom seed catalog is amazing
Ranunculus are an easy way to grow lovely perennials
Wildflower Seeds for low maintenance and long lasting color
Breck's pride itself on it's expertise in bulbs
Garden Hook Bird Feeder Pole is attractive and easy to use
Grow Almost all your cooking Herbs with this one package of culinary herbs
On changable weather and the benefits of weeding
Easter House Flag reminds the world spring is near
Starter Fertilizer is organic and contains all the ingredients you need for success
Jawa Nome from StarWars to guard the garden
Garden's Alive has organic solutions for gardening problems
Tree Bark Protectors for the newly planted trees
The New Seed Starter's Handbook is well worth a second look
Dr. Earth Organic Starter Fertilizer gives a good start for seedlings
Pelleted Organic Fertilizer is a great for the garden and for containers
Primroses and broccoli are my first plant purchases this year
Planting broccoli when the soil can't be tilled
A good beginning to the gardening season with Fiskars
2010 February Monthly Round up for Garden Snob
Organic Bytes is a newletter that informs and provides action alerts
Luster Leaf Rapitest Soil Thermometer tells you when to plant
Sugar Snap Peas are the sweetest treat in early spring
Is Gardensnob an oxymoron?
Stacker Flower Pot is a great early season garden
Greenhouses can be made of second hand material
Horticultural Vermiculite makes room for seedling roots
Territorial Seed catalog has everything I need
EarthBox Garden Kit simplifies growing in a small space
The New Seed Starter's Handbook is revised and informative
Some thoughts about what to do about leached out soil.
Tumbling composters make turning easy
Johnny's Seed Catalog is unique among seed companies
Stargazer Lily Collection blooms and is fragrant all summer
Okay, I'm really going to do it with Dahlias---maybe!
Weeping Willow Tree is a classic landscape addition and easy to grow
Gurney's Catalogue has it all
Aloe Vera is a plant that every home should have

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