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    Growing Figs in Containers

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    Cherry Parfait™

    Cherry Parfait™ - Roses

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    11 Plants that Repel Flies

    11 Plants that Naturally Repel Flies

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    'Koko Loco' | Floribunda rose

    Koko Loco floribunda

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    Drought tolerant plants

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    How to Grow Figs | Backyard Gardening Blog

    How to Grow Figs | Backyard Gardening Blog

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    Companion Planting: Friend or Foe

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    How to plant and care for raspberries. Wish I'd found this last fall!

    How to Grow Raspberries | Fine Gardening

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    tightly-planted permaculture (edible) garden

    Suzie Gibbons : Portfolio - Growing to eat - Country Potager

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    Insectary Wildflowers

    Beneficial insectary wildflower seed mixtures.

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    Violette de Bordeaux Fig-One of the biggest bonuses of this very heavy fruiter is that it can give you two crops of juicy figs a year. It has an irresistible fragrance and a fantastic sweet, rich flavor. It produces small to medium purple-black fruit with the darkest red flesh of any fig. Some consider this to be the finest tasting fig. The Violet de Bordeaux is a natural dwarf tree that grows 6-10 feet tall. Its size makes it perfect as an accent tree for a small space.

    Violette de Bordeaux Fig

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    Raspberry bed for a backyard with no wild fenceline

    Wasilla Alaska Garden Adventures

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    Annie Sloan "Provence" chalk paint livens up plain clay pots for a window display | garden ideas | geraniums in pots | outdoor living | cottage style | home ideas | diy

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    How to make a Succulent Garden DIY - QuinnCooperStyle.com

    DIY Succulent Garden - Quinn Cooper Style

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    How to keep a patch of red raspberries healthy, happy and more productive.

    Caring for raspberry canes

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    34) Own an avocado farm (or maybe just plant a tree in my backyard).

    How to Grow an Avocado Tree

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    apple tree guild permaculture

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    How to Grow Raspberries: Raspberry Growing Requirements - Soil, Location, Water, Mulch. Difference between Summer Bearing and Fall Bearing Raspberries.

    How to Grow Raspberries - Common Sense Homesteading

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    Lavender plants are generally easy to care for. Learn how to create a fragrant and beautiful lavender hedge, and maintain it for years to come.

    Create and Care For a Lavender Hedge

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    Tree Stump Removal Get rid of tree stumps by drilling holes in the stump and filling them with 100% Epsom salt. Follow with water, and wait. Live stumps may take as long as a month to decay, and start to decompose all by themselves.

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    Excerpt from Gaia’s Garden by Toby Hemenway. Permaculture is more than just a way to garden, it applies systems-thinking to every facet of our relationship to the earth and each other. The …

    Interplanting and Beyond, An Excerpt from Gaia's Garden - Chelsea Green

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    Great idea! @Erinn Vahlkamp ~ This is something else to add to your raised beds!

    Paint On The Ceiling: Making A Bean Hut

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    Lilac-we had so many bushes on the farm when I was growing up. The smell still reminds me of spring when I was little...

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    Permaculture guilds are groups of organisms – plants, animals, fungi, bacteria etc. – which work particularly well together. These can be those observed in nature such as the White Oak guild which centers on the White Oak tree and includes 10 other plants. Native communities can be adapted by substitution of plants more suitable for human use. (sketch is of apple tree guild)

    3. Tree Guild – Net and Pan | Ecological Garden

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