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How to Grow Sand Cherries | Backyard Gardening Blog

White currants! Can be grown in partial shade. #garden

Vote for Molly Wood Garden Design for Best Edible Garden in the Gardenista Considered Design Awards!

from Creative Bloq

This edible zen garden really rocks

Edible zen garden with black sesame rocks and sugar sand. Here's the extended pin on this beautiful Zen packaging design. PD

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Unusual Fruit You Need to Grow in Your Garden...

This is a great list of unusual fruit to grow - like ground cherries, pink blueberries, and cocktail kiwis! I generally look for unique edible plants to grow and purchase the standard fare items at the store or farmers market!

Big and Chewy Oatmeal Cookies (With Dried Cherries and Chocolate Chips)

from The Homestead Garden

How to Grow Sweet Potatoes

How to plant sweet potatoes (and the greens are edible and good for you, as well.)

Farmer's Market Creation: Mini Ground Cherry Pies Recipe

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#syzygium_paniculatum Syzygium paniculatum, also known by the common name magenta cherry, is a broad dense bushy rainforest tree native to New South Wales. The edible fruit is usually magenta, but can be white, pink or purple. It is commonly cultivated in eastern Australia and elsewhere

Giant Tepee Garden - what a creative idea for repurposing branches and natural materials & provide an amazing play space for kids. They can watch climbing beans grow up as a natural shade cover, plant other edibles to nibble on in the planter box around the edge and use their imagination for games. Make a 'Jack & the Beanstalk' garden @ | The Micro Gardener