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A Quick Tip by dailyreusables

  • Jul 23, 2010
Try to start a garden with friends near by or good neighbors. It can help spread any costs and also give each other back up if vacations or work take you away for several days.
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July 23, 2010
Ooooh, good idea!  I currently just have cute little kitchen herbs, but if I ever have a larger garden, that's what I'll try to do.  By the way, have you ever heard of Veggie Trader (you should check out this review!).  If you have leftover veggies, fruits and herbs, it's a good resource.  Thanks for sharing!
 
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