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I Like This – March 30, 2010

Oh baby Mahonia ‘Soft Caress’ A shade plant! – March 30, 2010 Read more on this topic: I Like This – March 18, 2010 I Like This – March 11, 2010 Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day for March 2010 I Like This – February 25, 2010 I Like This – February 18, 2010

I Like This – March 18, 2010

Urban Beekeeping 101 – May 24, 2010 California Gardens – Dry Shade Plant Lists – March 14, 2010 California native flowers for full shade – March 14, 2010 Read more on this topic: I Like This – March 11, 2010 Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day for March 2010 I Like This – February 11, 2010 Event: […]

I Like This – March 11, 2010

2010 Theodore Payne Native Plant Garden Tour: Theodore Payne Nursery Store – March 11, 2010 Read more on this topic: I Like This – February 25, 2010 I Like This – February 11, 2010 I Like This – February 18, 2010 I Like This – Seattle City website declares – 2010 The Year of Urban […]

I Like This – February 25, 2010

Modern Birdhouses – February 24, 2010 More Citizen Science Opportunities – February 24, 2010 TomatoMania – February 23, 2010 – The World’s Largest Tomato Seedling Sale is coming again! It will be here in Encino March 26-28. Deconstruction: David van Alphen’s Modern Shed – February 23, 2010 Bee Rescue Hotline! – February 20, 2010 Palladio’s […]

I Like This – February 18, 2010

Making Potato Boxes – February 14, 2010 DIY Soil blocks – February 16, 2010 For the Love of Compost – A Tale of Roses and Horse Manure – February 15, 2010 Garden Tool Organization Idea – February 12, 2010 3 Insects You Should NEVER Kill – February 12, 2010 Archipod – February 11, 2010 Read […]

I Like This – February 11, 2010

Circular Pod-Shaped Tea House is Heated by Compost – February 10, 2010 How To Start a Home Worm Composting System – February 5, 2010 Seattle City website declares – 2010 The Year of Urban Agriculture – February 2, 2010 The First Five Steps To Starting A Vegetable Garden – January 30, 2010 Goats the new […]

I Like This – Circular Pod-Shaped Tea House is Heated by Compost

What a cool idea a great use of what would normally be waste heat — Douglas If you’ve ever experienced composting in action, you may know that things can get pretty hot when microbes meet organic material. So what if there was a way to capture all that heat and use it to warm up […]

I Like This – Seattle City website declares – 2010 The Year of Urban Agriculture

Promoting community agriculture efforts and increased access to locally grown food “2010: The Year of Urban Agriculture” was organized by Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, Department of Planning and Development, and the Seattle City Council. The site includes: City Initiatives & Programs: Street Use Permits: Gardening in Planting Strips Seattle’s P-Patch Program What’s new at P-Patch […]