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Here's a look behind the scenes. Author and organic gardener, Emily Murphy, shares the genesis of Grow What You Love in this first-ever podcast episode. We hear stories and inspirations not found in Emily's book, Grow What You Love, or on her blog, Pass The Pistil. Grow What You Love Book Emily is the author of Grow What You Love, 12 Food...
If you’d like to understand how to start a no dig garden but aren’t sure where to begin, it’s first important to think like an ecosystem. How does nature plant itself? Then use the basic principles outlined below, experiment, and learn as you grow.
  The best dahlias for you and the bees have centers that bees can reach through what are sometimes many layers of petals. Single-Flowered Dahlias If you're not sure which ones these might be by flipping through catalogs, a sure bet is to look for dahlias referred to as single or single-flowered dahlias like this 'Verrone's Obsidian' from Breck's Bulbs (above). Single-flowered...
  It was an inspiring afternoon talking hyper-local food, regenerative organics, and Farm-to-Crag with professional climber, Kate Rutherford. Talking Food, Growing, and Regenerative Organics in Kate's Garden Here's a look behind the scenes with professional climber, Kate Rutherford. We get the inside scoop on her genesis as a climber and how (and why) she helped co-found Farm-to-Crag. Farm-to-Crag is an organization dedicated to...
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