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2014 Harvest

Below are pictures of some of the food we harvested in 2014 20 more words

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We will eat watermelon!

After seeing my cucumber shooting out today, I crossed my fingers for watermelon seedlings. I should be happy – I have healthy tomato seedlings started and four out of five cucumbers are really growing now. 117 more words

Backyard Flower Farming 101

By Debbie Bosworth

New England gardeners are some of the luckiest people I know. I realize that might sound overly optimistic since most of us haven’t seen bare ground in a solid month but consider the fact that many south shore suburban gardeners often have a minimum of ¼ of an acre to play with and you begin to understand why I say we are so lucky! 903 more words


Mission Statement

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At OrganicSavage.com we are planning for the future one seed at a time. 200 more words

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Episode 18: Dianne Hansen Local Gardener and Young Living Essential Oils Member

Episode 18: Dianne Hansen Local Gardener and Young Living Essential Oils Member


Dianne Hansen is a local gardener from Fortine, MT who shares her passion for gardening, living close to nature and using flowers and herbs as well as essential oils for a holistic life.

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A Rose without a Name

As I sorted through some photographs of my organic country garden today, I was spellbound by the pictures of flowers and greenery, looking forward to the Summer time, when all will be in bloom once more. 146 more words

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10 things I love about March

March always seems to slip right by, but it really shouldn’t; it’s actually packed with great stuff. Here are a few of the things I’m celebrating in the month of March: 674 more words

Life Gets In The Way