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Collecting Seeds from Leaf Celery Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Collecting Seeds from Leaf Celery

The other day I wrote about cutting down a massive Leaf Celery plant and saving some seed from it. Today I'm going to write about the result. Read more

Ripen Tomatoes They Sweet Vine Ripened Paperblog Pick in Gardening

How to Ripen Tomatoes So They Are as Sweet Vine Ripened

We’re about to hit a cold snap and my garden is not ready for it. And I’m not sure I am, either! I read today that we’re in for freezing/cold rain and temps in the 40s and low 50s... Read more

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