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Comfrey is a perennial herb that has been used for many years in traditional medicine. It is also sometimes referred to a “knit-bone” because it is said to be very good at promoting healing within when applied to the skin. … Continue reading
Pineapples are yummy tropical fruits that originated in South America, but can be grown in most any warm climate. A popular science project for children is to propagate your own fruit from any pineapple you pick up at the grocery store. But … Continue reading
The Garden Snail is a common pest in many parts of the world. It can cause great destruction to flower and vegetable gardens, much to the dismay of gardeners everywhere. There are plenty of poisons available, but many are not … Continue reading
Many gardeners start planting their beds in early to mid spring, after the threat of frost has passed. Most commonly, small seedling flower and vegetable plants are purchased from a local nursery, or from a large garden center that has … Continue reading