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Month View July 2011 Change Paperblog Pick in Gardening

End of Month View July 2011 – All Change

Changes are a foot in my garden or they will be in a month or two when the weather is more conducive to moving things and digging. I have been struggling for some time, in fact at... Read more

Morning Show Paperblog Pick in Gardening

The Morning Show

There's one special advantage of having a garden which faces the morning sun; as you open the back door on a clear and sunny winter's morning, such as today's was, you are greeted... Read more

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