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  • Jill Pokryfke

    How to Grow Spinach, one of the first vegetable plants you can seed outdoors in early spring {diynetwork}

  • Deborah Austin

    DIY Gardening tips

  • Clear Mirror Healing

    I tried planting spinach but it didn't come up. I've discovered by trial-n-error that leafy greens prefer partial shade. Next year I'll put one carpet garden in the shade & one in the sun. Here's the real point: I just put a bunch of seeds in the ground. YOU don't need to know much either! Just get the seeds you like to eat, throw them under the carpet & see what grows best. No one's crying over what DIDN'T grow...we're too busy picking and cooking what DID!

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