Grow a garden

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mattdeward mattdeward

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30 completed goals

14 success stories

I grew tomatoes, beans, peppers and corn. I don't know how successful it will be, but only time will tell! =D

broteman broteman

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10 completed goals

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One way to manage stress


sguthreau sguthreau

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207 completed goals

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Our first community garden is turning out to be a great success!!!! Our garden consists of Radishes, Carrots, Celery, Kale, Cauliflower, Black Simpson lettuce, Romaine, Hot peppers,Frying Peppers, Green Bell peppers, Yellow Peppers, Jalopeno,  Zucchini, Cucumber, Watermelon, Cantelope, Tomatoes,  Cherry Tomatoes, Swiss Chard, Aspargus, Iceberg Lettuce, and Leaf Lettuce.


Ockalmighty Ockalmighty

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26 success stories

I think everyone should learn this skill, even if only on a small scale.


thecandystripespider thecandystripespider

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34 completed goals

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zigalayho zigalayho

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34 active goals

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My new husband has always grown a garden. So the year after we were married he introduced me to gardening. I have to say this: nothing, and I mean nothing, compares to the taste of home-grown tomatoes!!! I'm hooked! 

hope037 hope037

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38 success stories

It feels amazing to assist nature in bringing forth life! The power of nature humbles me, and I have always wanted to plant seeds to watch them grow, inhale the fragrance of blooms, harvest edibles...

And I have! I have tilled the soil and planted seeds and seedlings. We have harvested herbs, strawberries, tomatoes, squash, pumpkins, artichokes, daisies, geraniums, lillies. Our gardens were small and humble in nature. Sometimes, they were only in containers. But it was no small thing to show a child how nature works. Pure joy! What miracles are in a seed.



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