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Plant profile: Alexanders, Smyrnium olusatrum

Alexanders, Smyrnium olusatrum, is an old plant. There are records of it being written about, cooked with, used as fodder in Ancient Roman times and before. It’s named for Alexander the Great, or perhaps Alexandria the city that AtG named … Continue reading

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Garden profile: The kid-oriented pot plant garden

Profile time! Today, Zone 2, a little space I and the kids really enjoy. Zone 2 quick profile Watered, in pots, semi-shaded. Plant choices based around high interactivity and safety for children, and resilience in the face of enthusiastic toddlers. … Continue reading

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