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Save Your Back, Save Your Knees, Save on What You Grow in These!
No, volunteers in the garden are not a hoard of people
showing up at your place to pull weeds, the volunteers I am writing about are
the plants that pop up in the Spring that you did not intentionally plant. This year in my garden I have a few mystery
squash plants that sprang to life in a compost pile in my greenhouse.
Children learn by example, they learn self-esteem by what
they feel good about accomplishing, and they learn to eat healthy foods by
growing what they eat themselves.
Let's take a look at the different soil types including store-bought soil, natural compost, and the soil already in the ground. Read on to make the best choice for your garden.
It's that time of the year to start planning your garden. Everyone knows how good a
fresh out-of-the-garden a tomato tastes.