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A nice website with lots of gardening links and infomation. Submitted by a reader.
A infomational website for Flowers, Plants, and Gardening: For Kids!
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Companion planting and combining means growing plants together that like or benefit each other. Vegetable companion gardening can have a real impact on the health and yield of your plants.
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A beginner's guide to growing flowers organically. These organic gardening tips and hints will provide you with the right information to start your own organic garden at home.
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