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Growing Edibles in a DIY Raised Planter Box

Although my garden is not so active now compared to the summer months, I tried growing edibles in a raised planter box. I designed and built this planter box from free repurposed wood that we already have. Because of pest problems my vegetable patch in the back of the garden was not productive. Rodents devoured apples, peaches, blackberries, guava, and…

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How to Grow Baby Bok Choy

Baby Bok Choy or Pak Choy is a small variety of Chinese cabbage with dark green leaves and white stems. Known for its mild flavor, it is excellent for use in soups, salads, stir fry, stews, or saut√©. Some countries in Asia preserve it by pickling these greens. The best part is, it is full of vitamins, beta-carotene, minerals and…

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8 Best Edible Plants You Can Easily Grow Now

It is late summer and here in California we still have time to grow edible plants to last through fall. Thanks to our good weather there are lots of delicious vegetables that can still thrive at this time. All you need to do is the basics needed to plant and take care of these easy-to-grow-crops. You can start them from…

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How to Protect Young Seedlings from Critters

I’m sure a lot of people can relate to this situation. Spring time got me excited to grow things so I sowed some seeds. After two weeks, when the seedlings were ready, I transplanted them to the ground. Then in a matter of a few days, I discovered them sadly eaten by critters. Nothing remained except a small portion of…

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Quarantine Gardening – Why Not?

Since we are on lockdown indefinitely, I am taking the time to do quarantine gardening and catch up on spring gardening chores. There are so many things I can definitely think of in order to use most of the free time staying home. If you enjoy gardening like me, here are some projects that I hope will inspire you too………

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Fall Garden Updates

As I walk through the garden this autumn season I thought it’s a good time to share my garden updates. We all know that when we plant something we hope for the best. However, not all plants grow successfully from seeds, cuttings or division. Certainly there will be successes as well as failures. Tall Avocado You may remember how I…

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Heat a tablespoon of butter and a tablespoon of olive oil in a large pan. Wait until the pan is hot and the butter has fully melted.

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