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The Many Garden Design Aesthetics of the Pacific Northwest - Garden Therapy
I consider myself very lucky to live where I do, in the Pacific Northwest. The temperate weather and varied landscape makes it the perfect place to grow a garden and gives a ton of options as to the type of garden that can thrive here. From traditional Japanese gardens to drought-tolerant dry gardens, the Pacific ... Read More about The Many Garden Design Aesthetics of the Pacific Northwest
Herb & Edible Flower Seed Gift Boxes
Who needs a spice rack? Grow your own herbs and edible flowers(!) with these clever little kits. The Herbs Set includes Hera Dill, Sage, Winter Thyme, and Genovese Basil; the Edible Flowers Set includes Calendula, Marigold, Bachelor's Button, and Viola. Both feature lovely little zinc garden markers with names attached.
Ribollita ricetta originale toscana: ingredienti e preparazione
ribollita ricetta originale toscana 'alla fiorentina': ingredienti, suggerimenti per la preparazione e consigli pratici per preparare la vera ribollita.
Make Room for Kale - How to Grow Kale | Gardener's Supply
You can grow kale in almost any zone, and even compact gardens have room for kale – it’s just a matter of choosing the right variety.
Top 10 Miniature Vegetables to Grow in Pots
Did you know that miniature vegetables don't require any special care? They only need what other ordinary varieties require: good soil, sufficient water, nutrient, and light. Miniature or dwarf vegetables are not only cute but planting dwarf versions might give you the room that you need to squeeze in more vegetables.…
The black-green foliage of this plant is nearly reptilian: deeply hued, rippled, and tough. Despite its rough appearance, it is extremely sweet and tender—a metaphor for our old dog, Kale. It was also Kale’s favorite brassica, as it is for gardeners worldwide, who have given it many names: Lacinato, Cavolo Nero, Tuscan Kale, Palm Tree Kale, and Dinosaur Kale. A consistent, long-season garden companion, Dino Kale will never go extinct as long as you grow it each year. While it isn't quite as…