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    Medicine Gardening in Northeast US

    I'm thinking spring and I want to start planning out my garden. I grow mostly vegetables, this year I want to start to include medicinal herbs and plants. Any gardening-type people who can offer me some learning resources? Suggestions on useful things to plant? Advice? I live in Maine, and I...
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    No-Till Gardening

    A more natural way to plant a garden without the use of any mechanical tools... Read more here:
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    Feng Shui Your Garden

    Feng Shui Your Garden Feng Shui (pronounced Fung Shway) is the ancient Chinese art of placement to enhance the flow of "vital life energy" known as Qi. Practitioners believe that rooms, buildings and all environments can be arranged and decorated in a way that maximizes the flow of Qi and...
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    Looking to network with other Natural Medicine enthusiasts! Introductions!

    Hello there! My name is Jesi and I am receiving my Bachelors of Science in Natural Medicine and am mostly interested in Herbal Medicine/Gardening and Ayurvedic Medicine. After I gain my Bachelors, I plan to start attending school to work on my Ayurvedic Practitioner Certificate. After that I'd...
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    Grow Strawberries (Roseberry Variety) At Home

    New hardy variety of strawberries to grow at home in yard or hanging baskets...
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    Comfrey Herb for Thriving Garden Plants

    This article tells of the benefits of using the herb Comfrey in your garden to benefit plants.
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    Rhubarb: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

    Over thirty years ago when we bought our home, there was a rhubarb plant in the backyard that was very healthy and thriving with no special care. We haven't taken advantage of this plant and used it for things like strawberry-rhubarb pie, but I may do that in the future. My husband will break...
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    hydroponics window farming

    I found this site that sells hydrophonic window farming systems.... Spending over a hundred dollars for plastic water bottles seems a bit much to me.... Surely there is a cheaper way to copy this idea... I would love to do this for fun and for my grandchildren... I think it would be a neat...