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How Plant Breeders Gamble With Your Wallet, and How to Protect Yourself

These daylily hybridizers charge between $200-$500 per plant, with one of their daylilies going for $1,075.00 at auction in 2009. Pretty, but if you’re the type of person who used to be intrigued by growing a potato plant by suspending a potato by toothpicks in a mason jar of water, then you might be the . . . → Read More: How Plant Breeders Gamble With Your Wallet, and How to Protect Yourself

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September Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day

Slightly behind, I debated posting for Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day, but I know how much I like thumbing thru a glossy garden magazine; and depending on how long the day was, I’d rather look at pictures than bothering with the articles. I hope you enjoy checking out what’s been blooming in my garden this September. I was pretty . . . → Read More: September Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day

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Remmy’s Free Seed Drawing

My Mom’s making brunch right now and asked me to post about a chance to win free seed. To all the people following The Frugal Garden on Facebook or thefrugalgarden on Twitter, comment on this post by 11:59 pm 9/18/10 with your favorite garden plant or flower and fill out this form. One winner will be . . . → Read More: Remmy’s Free Seed Drawing

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How to Improve Your Memories

I love wandering thru my gardens at the beginning of the day with its purposefully baked in good memories, scent and sights of the present, and anticipation of things to come. Whereas some gardens are happiest contained, by the end of the year, mine are obnoxiously spilling over everywhere, and it’s a full afternoon of digging . . . → Read More: How to Improve Your Memories

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Raw Sauce: How to End Canning Guilt Once and for All – Featured Elsewhere

Tomatoes are a newbie gardener’s best friend. Plants with generous yields give you a lot of room to experiment in the kitchen. This is one of my favorite summer recipes, Raw Sauce: How to End Canning Guilt Once and for All. Leave an insightful comment on that article, and fill out this form for a chance . . . → Read More: Raw Sauce: How to End Canning Guilt Once and for All – Featured Elsewhere

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Winner of the August Forums Blitz

As advertised, participants during the month of August in the FG Community Forums were eligible for the chance to win seeds from this colorful annual poppy. The winner for August was user Manzmom. Manzmom, your seeds have been sent!

 

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