Starting a home garden?

lil_boy_as says:

I'm basically interested in growing some of my own food-indoors or outdoors. I don't know too much about hydroponics but would be willing to learn. The climate is Northern Ohio. I've noticed that seeds are relatively cheap assuming you can keep...

Blue Haired Old Lady says: Green beans are very easy to grow and generally produce a good crop. They don't get many pests or disease. If you plant them now, you will have green beans by the middle of July - maybe sooner....

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Outdoors calendar for Lancaster County, week beginning Feb. 24 Annual Shirley R. Wagner Garden Symposium for home gardeners: Saturday, April 14, at the Farm and Home Center, 1383 Arcadia Road (off the Manheim Pike) at 7:30 a.m. The garden symposium will feature the widely-published naturalist and avian education

Sponsored: The Home, Garden & Remodeling Show Returns to Louisville for its 70th Year with New Flavors and Old ... New this year, the Entertainment Stage will feature high-energy speed art painting shows, and the Cooking Stage and Home & Garden Stage will host several seminars meant to educate and inspire. Other highlights of the show include a sapling giveaway, a

Celene Mae Enos Montrose; and a sister Pauline Schmidt of Lakewood, California. She had 11 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Celene was preceded in death by her daughter, Susan Anderson. A memorial service will be held 10 a.m

Help grant inmates peace by Healing Garden To bring a natural healing space to Oregon State Penitentiary's grounds, Cofer and OSP's Asian Pacific Family Club proposed building a Japanese Healing Garden in the prison yard. We may take it for granted that after a long day spent working indoors

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