Godless in the garden Discussions (205)

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Starting Spring Crops from Seed

Starting Spring Crops from Seed When soil reaches 45 degrees F, plant seeds outside: Spinach Peas Lettuce Radish Mizuna and Tatsoi (mild As…

Started by Joan Denoo

4 Mar 8, 2014
Reply by Daniel W

The big Drought, Climate Change, and Home Gardening

I don't watch TV news, so maybe everyone has already seen reports about the California drought and climate change elsewhere. I'm seeing in…

Started by Daniel W

2 Feb 17, 2014
Reply by Daniel W

Your Gardening Style

Vegetables, fruits or flowers? Pretty or practical? Tomatoes or carrots? Big or small? Indoors, outdoors, on a plane, in the rain? Me? I a…

Started by Jezzy

15 Jan 18, 2014
Reply by Daniel W

Please sign this petition to Brazilian lawmakers

Please sign this petition to Brazilian lawmakers. "Under pressure from big commercial farms, the Brazilian parliament is about to hold a vo…

Started by Joan Denoo

0 Jan 12, 2014

Vegetable Variety List for local climates. What are your experiences?

Here is a link for NY gardeners.  I suspect there would be similarities for other Northerners or cool climates, but not identical. I haven…

Started by Daniel W

3 Jan 9, 2014
Reply by Daniel W

"Dirt is everything and dirt is nothing special."

On the comment wall, the Purple Oyster left the following observation: " Dirt by the way is nothing special and everything special at the s…

Started by Daniel W

9 Dec 29, 2013
Reply by Daniel W

Squirrels: Love'm, hate'm, can't get rid of 'm. What to do?

I like to keep bird feeders outside my windows. The birds are entertaining, and have benefits in ecological gardening, and I just like them…

Started by Daniel W

12 Dec 29, 2013
Reply by Napoleon Bonaparte

Soil Analysis

Today I received my soil analysis reports.  I've often read that soil testing is helpful, but didn't know where to get it done.  This place…

Started by Daniel W

4 Dec 27, 2013
Reply by Daniel W

Godless Garden Cookery Book

How do you eat all that has grown in your garden? Share your favourite recipes. Stir-fried turnip   1 turnip, cut in matchsticks 50 grams…

Started by Plinius

6 Dec 25, 2013
Reply by Plinius

Growing orris roots in Italy. A beautiful tradition.

sagrona.com   Orris is a perfume base, a flavoring in gin, and pot pouri, and has been used in herbalism.  Orris is an ancient tradition.  …

Started by Daniel W

4 Dec 19, 2013
Reply by Joan Denoo

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