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James lives, works, and frolics in the unbelievably infertile pine forests of Southeast Louisiana on 17 acres. He grows organic blueberries and pastured chickens for market, and spends much of the rest of his time growing (and eating!) all manner of edible plants.
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by: James Shoop, 20 August 2008
Rabbiteye blueberries are the perfect fruiting shrub for the South. I've never run across another fruit that was so tasty and yet so easy to grow.
by: Susan Harris, 15 Aug 2008
So how do earthworms help? First, their castings are high-test compost packed with nutrients. And by burrowing through the soil they leave passageways for air and water, which relieves compaction and improves drainage.
by: Pat Leuchtman, 12 Aug 2008
Fall is the second planting season of the year. After enduring a summer with insufficient shade you may be thinking of planting a tree. The first decision is to choose a tree that is suitable for your local climate.
by: Pat Leuchtman, 7 Aug 2008
The high bush blueberry is perfectly adapted to my New England climate and acid soil. Organic gardeners know a key to success is the right plant in the right place.
by: Susan Harris, 7 Aug 2008
Mophead hydrangeas may be beloved, old-fashioned plants but they require more water than most shrubs, so gardeners concerned about water conservation need alternatives.
by: Susan Harris, 1 Aug 2008
Remember way back in the 1990s when blogs were either personal journals or political shoutfests? Well, blogs have come a long way since then.
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