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Beginning your Backyard Garden

I am asked often how do I get started? How do I begin my garden? I always say it’s really easy. I think the idea of growing food can be intimidating to some, but if I can do it anybody can do it. 548 more words

Backyard Gardener

Episode 26: Russ Metge from Simply Trees |a fruit tree pruning business in Salt Lake City, UT

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Episode 26: Russ Metge from Simply Trees a fruit tree pruning business in Salt Lake City, UT

Russ Metge is a professional Horticulturist with a Bachelor of Science in Horticulture from Brigham Young U-Idaho. 128 more words

Organic Gardening

For all of you wanna be and newbie gardeners out there!

Well, today is the first of hopefully many posts about my journey to growing food in my backyard. I have overwhelmed my Facebook and Instagram friends with all of my gardening pictures and information over the years. 44 more words

Backyard Gardener

24. Ben Capozzi Master Gardener and Permaculture Newbie from South Boston Area of Virginia

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24. Ben Capozzi Master Gardener and Permaculture Newbie from South Boston Area of Virginia

Ben is a vegan and a Master Gardener in southwest VA practicing permaculture. 23 more words

Organic Gardening

Last Fall's Garlic

Our garlic harvest from last fall is still going strong. To date, there has been only one or two rotten cloves – that’s it. It is completely different from the previous two years in which we lost quite of bit of our harvest and had to quickly make garlic powder from the rest of the drying cloves. 26 more words

Doing Things For Cheap

Episode 23: Cathy Nesbitt from Cathy's Crawly Composters

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Episode 23: Cathy Nesbitt from Cathy’s Crawly Composters

Founder of Cathy’s Crawly Composters

Cathy is a worm advocate environmental education business with a focus on worm composting and organic diversion. 48 more words

Organic Gardening