Posted on December 8, 2020 by M. S. Farmer
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I live in Texas. Howdy. I was looking into things that could boost my permaculture food forest without costing me any money. As I was looking through the many grants. It all started with the Monarch Butterfly Grant. This is…
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Posted on August 25, 2020 by M. S. Farmer
Radio red salvia is pretty. I bought it because it has great red flowers. It likes full or partial shade which means it will do well near my baby fig (do do do do do do). It is also known…
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