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Managing Slugs and Snails in the Garden

by: Sara on 03/21/2018

When my nephew was a toddler he had a fascination with slugs. He found those slimy, turd-like molluscs enchanting and would carry one...or a few...around with him everywhere. His mother tried to be supportive, like any mother when their child shows an interest in something, no matter how gooey an interest it was. She even took to trying to protect …

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The Ever Curious Gardener Lee Reich Answers Your Questions

by: EJ on 03/15/2018

The Ever Curious Gardener: Using a Little Natural Science for a Much Better Garden by Lee Reich is just off press.  We asked readers on our Facebook and Instagram to suggest questions for Lee to answer in today's blog.  Here is what we found out:

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Hand Pollinating Squash

by: Sara on 03/07/2018

Bees are called "nature's sparkplugs" because without them, many plants can't start to produce a crop. But wild bees are scarcer now, and few people keep domestic honeybees in populated areas anymore. Bees are also less active in cool weather, so flowers go unpollinated when it is cool and rainy. People need to know how to hand pollinate flowers. …

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The Ever Curious Gardener is Coming

by: EJ on 03/06/2018
Posted in: Gardening , Guest Posts

Today's blog is a guest post from Lee Reich, author of the soon to be released The Ever Curious Gardener: Using a Little Natural Science for a Much Better Garden.

Finally, after all the hard work, I have in hand the first copies of my new book The Ever Curious Gardener: Using a Little Natural Science for a Much Better Garden. This book grew out of …

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Spring Sale Starts Today! 35% off all books until March 12th

by: EJ on 03/04/2018
Posted in: Events , Food , Gardening

Welcome to Spring!  We are excited to have a whole new crop of books just about to come off press with even more skills to help you excel as a gardener.  

Here are a some suggestions for your spring book basket. 

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