Blogs & Blog Posts on Gardening in Minnesota



Blogs on "Gardening"

Everything And Nothing
Life, love, gardening, sarcasm, Collies and other critters...whatever this ...

Stuporglue.org
The real Michael Moore discusses Gardening, Programming, DIY projects and o...

Sharon's Compendium
A mixture of observations and thoughts about nature, gardening, art, craft,...

Penelopedia: Nature & Garden in Northfield, MN
Birdwatching and other encounters with wildlife ... observations of local n...

Orange Is My Favorite Color
Nature, life, travel and books

A View From My Porch
In this Blog I want share bits of my life journey. Included in my blog will...

the reluctant gourmet
cooking , sustainable /local food production and gardening from a professio...

Guamquilter
Life in rural southern Minnesota on 7 acres, no animals, no crops, just liv...

Restoring The Landscape with Native Plants
Ecological and sustainable landscape restoration of a suburban yard in Minn...

Welcome to My Garden
This blog is about gardening and what to do with the food you grow. Step ...

The Garden Buzz
What's hapening right now in the garden, and planning for next year. O...

Get Busy Gardening!
A blog about Outdoor and Indoor gardening in Minnesota.

The Realistic Housewife: Easy, Adaptable, Seasonal Home Cookin'
From Bacon Cupcakes to Wild Leek Risotto, I'm full of creative comfort...

Blog Posts on Gardening

Burpee: Easybloom Plant Sensor 50% Off, Gift Idea for Gardeners (Exp 2/29) by Pocket Your Dollars on Feb 2, 2012 in Everything else, , burpee, burpee.com, gardeningUsing a coupon code, you can get an Easybloom Plant Sensor, seeds, and plant food for a great price at Burpee.com.Burpee: Easybloom Plant Sensor 50% Off, Gift Idea for Gardeners (Exp 2/29) is a post from Pocket Your DollarsĀ®...



Squares of Savannah: Sometimes It's Hip to Be Square by The Garden Buzz on Jan 28, 2012 in Current Affairs, Environmental Issues, Garden and Nature, Winter, , , , gardening, Savannah, squaresI'm not getting around to as many blog posts down here as I'd hoped for during my stay in Savannah. I expected time for exploring and writing, unfortunately health issues for myself and some family members have taken necessary time away. And then my...



Talk & Taste: Urban Gardens by phenoMNal twin cities on Dec 3, 2011 in , , Free class, Free food, Gardening, Minneapolis Central Library, University of MinnesotaA talk on urban gardens and soil contaminants followed by a food tasting (3:45 p.m.) featuring restaurants that source local ingredients. At 4:15 p.m., learn about the Student Organic Farm at the University of Minnesota. Sunday, December 4, 2011 3-5p...



Master Gardener: Backyard Success With Apples by phenoMNal twin cities on Dec 2, 2011 in , East Lake Library, Free class, Gardening, Master Gardeners, MinneapolisAdd beauty to your landscape with apple trees. Learn about the different varieties, selecting a planting site, proper planting techniques, decisions after planting, pruning fruit trees, and pest and disease management. Thursday, December 8, 2011 6:30...



Youth Garden Projects Funded by East Side Pride on Oct 17, 2011 in Gardening, Green Living, Health, , Things to Do, YouthYouth Garden Projects Funded National Gardening Association: Youth Garden Grants The National Gardening Association (NGA), with support from The Home Depot, will award Youth Garden Grants to 100 schools and community organizations throughout the U.S.



Food => Homeschooling, Freeganism, and Food Rescue/Recovery by Harvest Moon by Hand on Oct 16, 2011 in canning, organic fruit, education, frugal living, unschooling, homeschooling, gardening, foodToday is Blog Action Day and the topic this year is food since the date coincides with World Food Day. Since 2007, Blog Action Day has focused bloggers around the world to blog about one important global topic on the same day. Over the past year, I w...



Garden Bloggers Bloom Day: October 15, 2011 by The Garden Buzz on Oct 15, 2011 in Bees, Blogging, Color, Fall Garden, Flowers, Garden and Nature, Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, Perennials, Shrubs, , , autumn, dahlias, delphinium, garden, gardening, hydrangeas, Incrediball, Joe-Pye Weed, kayaks, PeeGee, rugosas, snapdragon, vintage, winterberry, zinniasThis Bloom Day caught me by surprise! It's a chilly, breezy autumn day in Minnesota, feeling normal after a year of unseasonal, atypical (but, hey, what's typical anymore?) weather. A quick and cold tour of the garden finds dribs and drabs of color a...



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