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  • Sunflowers

    I grew some giant sunflowers this summer. They are huge. Once the bacs turned a dark yellow, I cut the tops off and hung them. They have been p for several weeks now but I'm concerned b/c there is a fuzzy mold covering them. Is this common and onced washed… More

  • NEWBIE, KINDA

    ... it! My focus is on sustainable living. I have an edible landscape that I started working on about 6 years ago. It includes a small orchard, herb garden, lots of berry hedges… More

  • My walk thru the woods....

    Hello all.. I took a walk today in my woods and came across some stuff I could some help ID'ing.. First was this cool plant growing close to the ground with a cluster of bright red berries. THen a weird thing growing out of the ground? and a tree with… More

  • looking to buy Mountain Ash/Rowan var Edulis...Can't find.

    ... that one (Sorbus aucuparia var. edulis) produces edible (or at least "more" edible) berries. That… More

  • Peach Tree

    ... spray it with for pests? Would like to have some edible peaches later in… More

  • Pumpkin 'Baby Boo'

    ...it to harvest when the vines die or are they more edible picked sooner? Oh and… More

  • Hi from Canberra, Australia

    ...mic book - I'm the dog! :cool: I enjoy growing an edible garden and I love little seedlings.. Aside from gardening, I enjoy playstation games, bollywood, comics and popular culture! .. But gardening always comes first! More

  • Veggies For North Side of House?

    .... I live in South Central Wisconsin and have a 3' garden around half of the house, most on the south and east sides, but there's about 10' of it that's on the… More

  • Climbing rose/container

    ...ce they are a centerpiece in a "formal" vegetable garden (raised beds, with mulch… More

  • Hello from the Seattle, Washington area

    ...like me would say that I am very passionate about gardening, those who don't like me.... well....… More

  • Seed inventory *swap*

    ...oes. :) Dan and I are gearing up for the upcoming gardening season so… More

  • Howdy from Austin, Texas!

    I'm a graduate student learning to garden on a small scale - using the modest patch of grass outside my duplex, and lots of containers. I grew up gardening with my mother in Ohio, but central Texas is a whole other world for plants, so I've got lots of experimenting… More

  • mosiac virus

    ...ht that i'd survive that however today I go to my garden and find that Ive got several squash that appear yellowish green some more freen than yellow with weird splotches After looking around I see that it may be a mosiac… More

  • Asparagus

    ...agus. Is it hard to grow? Take a long time to get edible size shoots? Need any certain type of soil?How do ya' grow it? Seeds? Rootstock? Someone tell me! More

  • ID Wild Grapes in TX

    I found these vines growing near my home in Arlington, TX. I believe they are grapes, but they seem to be different. One has clusters of berries & heart shape leaves. The other has single berry and triple pointed leaves. I wanted to know if they are grapes, what variety… More

  • Completely Bird Edible Bird House!

    ...ent for a door prize, so I made a completely Bird Edible Bird House. What do you think? Would you like to win… More

  • Growing our own in Melbourne, Australia Self Sufficient Gardens Report

    ...ting on this, and uncovers a variety of community gardens and educational opportunities. The research involved consultation with many participants at the forefront of community and self sufficient… More

  • Organic edible flowers

    ...ooking for organic (and therefore pestiside free) edible Nasturtiums, Elderflowers, Dandelion Heads and Violets that I can get relatively fresh in (or shipped to) Spokane WA. :rolleyes: If you have any leads, freinds, good ideas or tips, please give a shout out to an avid culinary… More

  • Edible cut flowers

    ...ons for flowers suited to the PacNW that are both edible and make great cut flowers? Extra credit if they also have medicinal value. I have a fascination with making my garden both aethetic & edible. I already have several flowering herbs such as lavender, chamomile & hyssop; although… More

  • Edible Flowers

    ...newbie to the site and just read an article about edible flowers. I have a couple of things to add and thought it would be a good way to meet everyone. The article was by a gentleman from my home state of NC. When I was a… More

  • Growing our own in Melbourne, Australia Self Sufficient Gardens Report

    ...ting on this, and uncovers a variety of community gardens and educational opportunities. The research involved consultation with many participants at the forefront of community and self sufficient… More

  • For Edible Container Gardening, Please Post in the Fruit or Vegetable Forum

    This forum is for container Gardening of non-edible plants. Please post your edible container Gardening questions in the Fruits or Vegetables forum in The Kitchen Garden forum. Thanks! More

  • Calendula

    ...rowing Calendula. Is it true that the flowers are edible? How long do they bloom for? Thank you for any help. More

  • SPERLING'S Lohengrin Ornamental Gourdes

    ...rown from seeds) Namely Sperling's Lohengrin, are edible? If they are, am I correct in assuming that they are cooked as for courgettes/marrows? More

  • Passion flower "Blue Bahama"?

    ...es this variety is? I really want to know if it's edible also. Thanks. More

  • Interesting reading

    ...but I still want to express my thoughts: Portable Gardens (self watering - no weeking)- by B.Cameron - Amazon - $12.95 - 37 pages Very disappointing and very expensive. Personally speaking I would not consider using the… More

  • Help

    ...plants, especially if they have a use (medicinal, edible) or flower, but I don't have much sunlight in my house. Any suggestions as to what plants to buy? Thanks. More

  • Edible pansys

    Are my pansys only edible if i bought organic variety? Thanks Tura:) More