Colin

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Date registered: August 4, 2009
URL: http://howtogrowherbgarden.com

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gardening and writing

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  1. (No title) — April 22, 2017
  2. (No title) — April 22, 2017
  3. (No title) — April 22, 2017
  4. (No title) — April 22, 2017
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Apr
22

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Slow gardening is a philosophical approach to gardening which encourages participants to savor everything they do, using all the senses, through all seasons, regardless of garden type of style. Slow Gardening applies equally to people growing vegetables, herbs, flowers, and fruits, as well as those who tend to their own lawn, or have an intense …

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Apr
22

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A marrow is a vegetable, the mature fruit of certain Cucurbita pepo cultivars. The immature fruit of the same or similar cultivars is called courgette (in Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands and New Zealand) or zucchini (in North America, Australia, Germany and Austria). Like courgettes, marrows are oblong, green squash, but marrows have a firm rind …

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Apr
22

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Raised-bed gardening is a form of gardening in which the soil is formed in three-to-four-foot-wide (1.0–1.2 m) beds, which can be of any length or shape. The soil is raised above the surrounding soil (approximately six inches to waist-high), is sometimes enclosed by a frame generally made of wood, rock, or concrete blocks, and may …

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Apr
22

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An herb plantation is generally a farm where herbal products are produced for market deal. There’s a case for the utilization of a tiny farm being focused on natural herb farming as small farm is better in conditions of manpower consumption and value of the plants on a per acre basis. Furthermore, the marketplace for …

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Apr
21

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The County Herb Committees were a nationwide medicinal plant collecting scheme, established by the British Ministry of Health during World War II. They were set up at a time when the German occupation of France and the disruption of shipping lanes interfered with drug supplies. As in WWI, the British found that the Germans still …

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Apr
21

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The White House has had multiple vegetable gardens since its completion in 1800. Eleanor Roosevelt, Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama all have had their own versions of vegetable gardens. Roosevelt planted the White House victory garden during World War II to promote the use of victory gardens by American citizens in a time of possible …

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