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Article Topic: Gardening

Take a Little Time to Grow Some Thyme

Thyme also has a high concentration of iron and other essential minerals that stimulate the production of red blood cells, thereby boosting your body’s circulations and the...

Herbs are a Key to Good Health

If you have been a follower of this column for anytime you have come to realize that one of the reasons we do what we do on our farm is to promote healthy living. I frequently talk to...

Live Vicariously Through Your Garden

One of the fun things about gardening and farming is there are so many different types of vegetables and herbs you can grow. At Common Ground Farm, we are always trying new varieties...

Bugs Go Home!

Good Bugs and Bad Bugs Chart Anyone who has been gardening for a while knows that not all things that spring brings are necessarily a good thing. As the weather gets warmer and the...

It is Time to Plant a Spring Garden

Ladybug Festival – March 11, 2017, 2-5pm With a milder than usual winter this year now is the best time to get a jump start on your spring garden. With a diminishing chance of a...

What is Growing in Your Garden For Christmas?

I have met many new arrivals to Florida over the past few months and if that includes you then let me say, “Welcome neighbor!” If you are from up north (it is hard to not be when you...

Just Chill and Enjoy the Ride

Just Chill and Enjoy the Ride As I am sitting here writing this column I am pondering one of the great truths of life that we generally don’t understand until we get older. That is...

Celtic Sounds and Hints of Orange

Enjoy the Fall, take a little time to decorate. As I sit here writing this month’s column the first hints of fall are upon us. The mornings and evenings have a crisp coolness to...

Organic vs. Conventional Farming, What is in Your Food?

In last month’s issue we looked at where our food comes from and how it impacts the quality of our food. This month I want to continue the discussion by looking at what goes into our...

Are You Eating Pesticides? Where Does Your Food Come From?

Have you ever taken a few minutes to think about where your food comes from? And even a few more minutes to ponder what has been done to it as our food supply becomes more globally...
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