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  • Guy that used to live here left a big hole with plastic in it (for pond?) and i will be converting it. Come if you wish. If not, maybe you could clue me in on where to get some cheap/free fragrant herbs/flowers for butterflies/bees/un-air-conditioned house. This could be done anytime i'm taking a break from the revolution. :)

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  • James C.

    Does this making it to the top of the list mean it will happen soon? I been ready. I can bring Ruellia, Bidens alba, and Spiderwort. Also some firespike plant.

    November 10

  • Amanda

    Hopefully it's on a Sunday.

    January 31, 2013

    • barbara t.

      sat. or sun would be good for me

      March 5, 2014

  • James C.

    Who is John Galt?
    Count me in and I have some (what I call) firecracker plants that humming birds love.
    Coordinate on date and time.
    What happened to the seed swap? I just got 60 varieties into some paper towels for viability testing. Will know what to plant or keep in about a week.

    January 30, 2013

    • barbara t.

      John Galt is the fictional hero of “Atlas Shrugged,”

      March 5, 2014

  • Anna B

    Hey y'all, does Ethiopian kale bolt and can I stop it by pinching out the tops

    March 2, 2014

    • barbara t.

      dont know that this will help you but i googled it ,,,,,,,,,,,,Cultivated on the East African Plateau and in parts of the east and west coasts of the African continent. Tolerates high temperatures and high humidity setting seed where other kales will not. It is also cold tolerant, capable of growth at an altitude range from[masked] m in Kenya, where rainfall ranges from[masked] mm (24-63 in). Young tender leaves and stem tips of Ethiopian kales may be eaten raw in salads. Older leaves and stouter stem portions are cooked and eaten like collards. Flowering stalks may be cooked and eaten like broccoli. It has also been used as a fodder crop species.

      March 5, 2014

  • Dustin W.

    Sounds like something interesting could be done

    April 11, 2012

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  • Anna B +1

    I have lived in fl for 12 yrs. I've been gardening for about 18 yrs. I love the cottage garden... more

  • Amanda +1

    Hi, I feel this will be a great meet up for me. I would really love to learn more about... more

  • James C.

    Been growin' stuff and feeding the soil naturally all my life.

  • Dustin W.

    I was born a nature child, with my first garden at about age 7. Plants: Mango, Banana, Miracle... more

  • Jonah

    Daddy, son, brother to no one. Tryin' to keep property livable for posterity. Solitude was... more

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  • Alice S.

    outgoing, love art and nature, gardener, raise hens for eggs, beekeeper, artist, love my family

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