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Wallingford Vegetable Beds - traditional - site and landscape plan - seattle - Erin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle

Erin Lau Landscape Design- SeattleSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Pollinator beds. Three pollinator beds flank the raised beds at grade.

You’ll find a bumper crop of vegetable gardening books on the shelves today, but it is a very rare title that actually contains new information.  ...

The Paperback of the Straw Bale Gardens: The Breakthrough Method for Growing Vegetables Anywhere, Earlier and with No Weeding by Joel Karsten at Barnes

Keeping critters away from garden plants with protective structure, preventing animals such as rabbits, dogs, raccoons, deer, from destroying vegetables and fruits

Keeping critters away from garden plants with protective structure preventing animals such as rabbits dogs raccoons deer from destroying vegetables and fruits

Vegetables that Don’t Like Each Other: onions/beans; cucumber/herbs; tomatoes/cauliflower or cabbage; peas/onions or garlic

Bad Neighbors - Veggies that don't play well together onions/beans & peas cucumbers/herbs & potatoes tomatoes/cauliflower & cabbage & potatoes cabbage/strawberries & beans peas/tomatoes & onions & garlic

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10 Fruits & Vegetables You Can Plant Once — And They Will Keep Coming Back Every Year - Healthy Food House

Gardner's Supply Co. Container Booster Mix, 6 Qts.; boosts container soil instead of repotting!

This Vermont-made, organic compost booster mix replaces the nutrients that the plants used up in your container garden.

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Peace and Serenity- pineapple sage, lavender, roses, etc. Check the site for more sensory plants and ideas.

Brodé Galeux d'Eysines Pumpkin / French Heirloom Winter Squash / develops peanut-like nodes as the sugar content builds in the ripening process--the more bumps, the greater the sugar content

Peanut Pumpkin - Galeux d’Eysines squash are perfect for Halloween: a little weird, maybe just a little strange-looking too! Not only are these French heirloom winter squashes interesting to look at, but they’re versatile and very, very delicious as well!