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July (Page 2)

Month: July 2015

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by: Pat Evans

Removing Sod, Saving Earthworms, and Obsessing over Make-Overs

With lawn reduction growing in popularity, email groups are lively with discussions of how to remove the stuff.  There are...
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by: Robin Wedewer

Send Me to the Commune

Beech Hill Farm Grated beet salad with red onions, carrots, and a delicious vinaigrette. Grass-fed beef steaks, perfectly grilled.  A...
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by: Timeless Environments

Veg-growing in the city

More evidence that food-growing is hot?  DC’s first-ever tour of vegetable gardens, sponsored by a local food website. First up,...
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by: laurie

More Foreign Invaders: Possums on the Half Shell

  Robyn Brown, a Nashville buddy and talented gardener, told me last week that her garden is under siege by...
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by: Alison

The Wonders of Cassis

This is another in a series I'm writing for the North Coast Journal based on my book in progress, The...
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by: Susan J Tweit

Drink This.

Gin.  (vodka if you must, but really–gin.  Hendrick's would be a fine choice.) Basil and cucumber, muddled. Squeeze of lime...
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by: Jennifer Brennan

Late summer color

Adirondack reds, dragon beans, small tomatoes (not sure of varieties) There’s still plenty in the garden, but recently I have...
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It’s a Miracle! Scotts backs off You Can Grow That

Shutterstock image … grow the YCGT campaign! Happy endings to stories that involve corporations vs. individuals are all too rare,...
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by: Loree / danger garden

There’s an upside to the white stuff

Here I am during a 2001 storm; we were snowbound for about a week. This post is for my friends...
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by: Debbie Teashon

Believe it or Not: Rutabaga Souffle

Think of Thanksgiving dishes you most dread and mashed rutabaga probably springs first to mind. What was that vaguely bitter...
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