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    • Vona Richardson

      Vegetable Garden Calendar

    • Anne Carter

      Seed Starting basics

    • Kat Braley

      A guide for growing herbs indoors or out.

    • Jenny Neltner Schwartz

      Changing the soil ph. This is great reference site. I'm taking it to the gardening store because I just can't seem to get my soil acidic enough for my gardenias and rhododendrens. Aluminum sulfate may be the only answer. Its the only soil amendment I haven't used yet. It's worth a try!

    • Sue Franz

      Growing and harvesting herbs......

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