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Powell River Books BlogPowell River Books Blog

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PentimentoPentimento

Personal family friendly blog with ideas, opinions, insight...whatever.

 
Barefoot MahalaBarefoot Mahala

Writing about my life and interests. I'm a mother, a teacher, self-em...

 
this little life of minethis little life of mine

A little blog about my life - places I go, photos I take, books I read, foo...

 
Elli Moody - IllustrationElli Moody - Illustration

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The Green Grower - Allotment AnticsThe Green Grower - Allotment Antics

The ups, downs, highs & lows of a novice with an allotment, from my ver...

 
The School Vegetable PatchThe School Vegetable Patch

Information advice and resources for anyone who gardens withs chool childre...

 


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Cats and Dogs are curious creatures, especially when it comes to the plants you have indoors. These expert tips will help you keep them away so you can keep your plants alive.Read more...

There are many plants out there that are mutually beneficial to each other, but some attract insects that are natural predators to pests in your garden. Take advantage of those properties to both protect and pollinate your garden.Read more...

See sample pages from this book at Wink. Groundbreaking Food Gardens: 73 Plans That Will Change the Way You Grow Your Garden by Niki Jabbour, illustrations by Anne Smith, Elayne Sears and Mary Ellen Carsley Storey Publishing 2014, 272 pag...

Even if your green thumb has wilted away, this super easy tip will help you keep your succulents alive.Read more...

Filed under: Savings Experiment Did you know: Epsom salt can be your garden's greatest ally? You can easily find this miracle ingredient at your local pharmacy for about $4 for a 3-lb bag. While it's typically used for pain and stress relief, it's...

Cutting a barrel in half.Because I live on a float cabin with limited space available, containers are a vital part of my gardening activity. But large pots can be very expensive.An alternative that I use is 55-gallon plastic food grade barrels cut in...

A pesky woodrat.At the cabin, I have a terrible problem with critters eating my garden produce. I'm willing to share, but woodrats (also known as packrats) just mow things down and leave them lying on the ground, presumably to dry before taking them...