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Grow a Sustainable Diet

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How to Save Your Own Seeds

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An Open Source Community Model to Save Seeds – a WordPress Seedbank Plugin

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A Garage and a Greenhouse

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Love the look

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vertical garden - perfect for herbs

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The UK’s No 1 selling gardening book

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Vegie boxes

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The Apartment-Dweller’s Guide to Keeping an Herb Garden

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Plan for growing winter vegetables in raised beds (via HipChickDigs)

Belated Winter Garden | Hip Chick Digs

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How to Grow a Shrub from a Cutting. Also gives 37 shrubs that grow well from cuttings.

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Start Your Own Garden - by Charlie Pulsipher "Growing your own food is a trend that seems to be gaining some traction as of late. It makes sense. A garden offers clean, organic, safe, chemical free food for very little money. It’s also much easier than many of us know."

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Some helpful tips for growing Green Beans

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Follow This One Tip In Your Garden and get lots of strawberries!

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Trellis vegetable gardening

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stacked herb planting bed

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dwarf lemon

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Compact vegetable garden, easy to grow plants

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Notes from a Backyard Beekeeper

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Training Our Next Generation of Small-Scale Farmers

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Love this idea for an indoor herb garden.

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Great idea for the veg garden: all you need is PVC

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Got Pallets? Hate weeding? Dont feel like turning up a bunch of grass? Use a pallet as a garden bed - staple garden cloth on the backside of the pallet fill with dirt and start growing!

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Gardening with Epsom Salt | SaltWorks

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