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July 06, 2010


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It's wonderful to know that you plant your own vegetables. I hope to buy a green house and start planting some vegetables. But the thought of it is quite intimidating cos nothing seems to grow under my hands :( I think I need to learn from you!

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

I was helping at the farm on Sunday and realized how dry things really are. They are moving into a regular irrigation process since there has been no rain at all. Then I looked at my low maintenance shrubs at home and noted they were looking kind of wilted, too. We can't take water for granted as part of the food chain.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

My garden, too, is parched, and I've been watering the herbs early in the morning. The deep-rooted perennials are fine, but the annuals, with their shallow root systems, are suffering.

Crusted Salmon

I have planted a couple of herbs and they are flourishing.. I'd love to give this recipe a try..

Lori Lynn

Both sound good, especially the beets!

Health Insurance

Yup, your right dude looks delicious.

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