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Basic Gardening Tips: How-to Direct Sow Collard Greens in Your Garden!

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Winter Garden Tour Growing Zucchini Tomatoes Collard Kale Gardening Yard Waste to Compost into Soil

Vegetable Gardening Tips and How to Ideas growing food easy and cheap but better by using what comes out of Your Own Garden; Out with the old dried out plants, to make room for new life with the stems and leaves to create compost for the Spring. The garden is still alive and growing food, Kale and Collards growing for food, and tomatoes, red vein sorrel, mint, herbs, eggplant, sage, lemon verbena, broccoli are still growing. Cleaning out...
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