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  • Parlagi Virág

    Garden resolutions 2013

  • Ayanna George

    start a compost bin. Check! install a raised garden. Built that! Plant more natives. Yup, sure did! build an edible garden. It's lovely! use natural pest solutions! Of course I am! be more water smart! Rain collecting is awesome! Looks like I'm off to a great start with this list! And all of these changes took place in my garden just this year! I'm always excited about this stuff :D -a

  • Mary Broshear

    Garden Resolutions..check, .......,check, check, check, check... okay, gotta build a rain garden

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