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in Tips for Growing a School Garden on Apr 27 at 9:36am CDT1 ReplyThanks, Kim! I also want to add that many beekeeping clubs have scholarship programs available to introduce young people and their families to beekeeping. For anyone living in the North Texas area, the Trinity Valley Beekeepers (www....
1 ReplyHi, Mary. I do not close down our school garden for the summer. We will be planting okra, tomatoes, lots of basil and other herbs, peppers, pole beans, black eyes peas, and probably a test bed of sweet potatoes in our garden this summer. We w...
1 ReplyGarden friends,
As our school year winds down, I am thinking about our garden in the summer. I have heard that a garden should rest during the summer when school isn't in sesssion. I hate ripping plants out of the ground or worse, just letti...
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