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twitter.com/Smart_Gardener:

    So many fantastic reasons to get out in the garden! Why do you garden?http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9z6j/53110fc7

    So many fantastic reasons to get out in the garden! 

    Why do you garden?

    http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9z6j/53110fc7

    — 6 days ago with 9 notes
    
Back to School Gardening
The students will plant the raised beds over the next few weeks with easy to grow cool season crops like radishes and lettuce. To get the garden growing, Washington Capitals forwards Chris Brown (right with ball cap) and Stanislav Galiev planted one of the raised beds with kid-friendly herbs that are fun to touch, taste and smell like lavender, chocolate mint, German chamomile, rosemary, parsley, lemon thyme, wild watermelon salvia, and chives. Photo by Annie Ceccarini, USDA.
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    Back to School Gardening

    The students will plant the raised beds over the next few weeks with easy to grow cool season crops like radishes and lettuce. To get the garden growing, Washington Capitals forwards Chris Brown (right with ball cap) and Stanislav Galiev planted one of the raised beds with kid-friendly herbs that are fun to touch, taste and smell like lavender, chocolate mint, German chamomile, rosemary, parsley, lemon thyme, wild watermelon salvia, and chives. Photo by Annie Ceccarini, USDA.

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    — 1 month ago with 5 notes
    #school gardens  #grow good food  #grow good kids 
    Smashed cauliflower? Yes, please!

pin it: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/202802789445267239/
recipe: http://whiteonricecouple.com/recipes/smashed-cauliflower-sandwich/

    Smashed cauliflower? Yes, please!

    pin it: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/202802789445267239/

    recipe: http://whiteonricecouple.com/recipes/smashed-cauliflower-sandwich/

    — 1 month ago with 4 notes
    #grow good food  #eat good food  #vegetarian  #recipe 
    northatlanticdrift:

should do for the week-end #gardening #horticulture #hebrides

Lovely. Just lovely.

    northatlanticdrift:

    should do for the week-end #gardening #horticulture #hebrides

    Lovely. Just lovely.

    — 1 month ago with 8 notes
    #summer gardening 

    chrisvanderhoof:

    My Russian mammoths are finally blooming. 10 feet tall and awesome!!!

    Stunningly beautiful!

    — 1 month ago with 19 notes
    #flowers in the garden  #sunflowers 

    secretporcupine:

    Over the course of about a month, the cucumber went from a teeny waist-high plant with a single adorable flower to a roof-climbing monster that churns out 2-4 fruit per week. Every few days, I have to dissuade new branches from trying to latch onto the gutter (I keep redirecting them down and sideways, so that we can reach the flowers to pollinate them). I am in awe of its tenacity.

    Pictured at the bottom is the first fruit it produced - we’ve since harvested and eaten lots more!

    Very nice!

    (via blackfemalebotanist)

    — 1 month ago with 16 notes
    #patio garden  #summer gardening 

    explodinggirl:

    Canned tomatoes were a success, and I am no longer terrified of canning. Now on to bigger projects.

    It’s amazing how easy it can be, right? 

    — 1 month ago with 20 notes
    #canning  #grow good food  #save good food 

    explodinggirl:

    Salsa verde.

    Sigh.

    Very nice! Did you use a specific recipe?

    — 1 month ago with 13 notes
    #tomatillos  #grow good food  #can good food 
    runningwithaltitude:

Beets … mmm beets and corn are going gang busters. Toms finishing, carrots are, a bit short at the moment. Zucchini’s have flowered at last, should be getting some soon for the spiralizer.

Looking great!

    runningwithaltitude:

    Beets … mmm beets and corn are going gang busters. Toms finishing, carrots are, a bit short at the moment. Zucchini’s have flowered at last, should be getting some soon for the spiralizer.

    Looking great!

    — 1 month ago with 17 notes
    #summer gardening 

    matteofc:

    Shallots from my garden, over a hundred of them, and they are sweet and delicious. I’ll eat some. I’ll plant the suvivors after frost. If they live through winter, I will have fresh green onions first thing next spring.

    Very very nice! They keep so much nicer than onions, imo. And the flavor is so divine!

    — 1 month ago with 14 notes
    #shallots  #grow good food 
    fodiffspecial77:

I’m finally getting some #tomatoes!!! #garden #gardening. #livingofftheland (at Triforce Manor)

Very nice!Zelda would be so proud!

    fodiffspecial77:

    I’m finally getting some #tomatoes!!! #garden #gardening. #livingofftheland (at Triforce Manor)

    Very nice!

    Zelda would be so proud!

    — 1 month ago with 5 notes
    #tomatoes  #grow good food  #geeky gardeners 
    greenmindfullness:

Salad (cucumbers, celery, purple cabbage, apple, walnuts, corn, spinach and radishes) topped with spiced guacamole and tofu sausage. Sooo filling 💚💚 #vegan #whatveganseat #raw #dinner #rawgust #salad

Yum!

    greenmindfullness:

    Salad (cucumbers, celery, purple cabbage, apple, walnuts, corn, spinach and radishes) topped with spiced guacamole and tofu sausage. Sooo filling 💚💚 #vegan #whatveganseat #raw #dinner #rawgust #salad

    Yum!

    (via veganfeast)

    — 1 month ago with 43 notes
    #grow good food  #eat good food 

    lifeofthomas:

    Some of the Fall garden seedlings are starting to emerge. Now, if the weather will only cooperate.

    — 1 month ago with 11 notes
    #autumn garden 
    digsnarejordan:

I was discouraged when my 1st plant went down, but I’m glad I didn’t stop there. Thanks to every1 who helped me get started. Jalapeño #1 is getting chopped tonite. #gardening

Yes! Nice!

    digsnarejordan:

    I was discouraged when my 1st plant went down, but I’m glad I didn’t stop there. Thanks to every1 who helped me get started. Jalapeño #1 is getting chopped tonite. #gardening

    Yes! Nice!

    — 1 month ago with 22 notes
    #summer gardening