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DECEMBER
2007
ISSUE

Diary of a
Gardener

Book Review
Animal
Vegetable
Miracle
by Barbara
Kingsolver


FYI
Tidbits of
Gardening
NOVEMBER
2007 ISSUE

Community
Garden High
Springs
Update
Diary of a
Gardener
Garden
Pests
Organic
Recipe from
Dinner . at
Thornebrook
Fire Ants
and Organic
Gardening
Sweet Onion
Question
OCTOBER
2007 ISSUE

COUNTRY
GARDEN
Local
Community
Gardens
Planting Guide
Fall Vegetables
Diary of A
Gardener
HIGH
SPRINGS
GARDEN
CLUB
Introduction
2008 Program
Photos
SEPTEMBER
2007 ISSUE

Gardeneers
Articles:
Contaminated
Soil
What is
Compost Tea?
Germinating
Seeds
Making
Rainbarrels
Group: High
Springs
Community
Garden
Successful Work
Day!
The Gardener's
Table
Misc.
ZuZu's Petals
JANUARY
2008 ISSUE

Diary of a
Gardener


FYI
Tidbits of
Gardening
Mulching Tip
Advice on
what to do
next
FEBRUARY
2008 ISSUE

Diary of a
Gardener

Growing
Celery
Advise
National
Garden
Society

A North
Florida
Reminder

Lime Green
Sunflower?

Annual vs
Perennial
MARCH
2008 ISSUE
Diary of a
Gardener
(Ending a
Season)

The Colors of
March

Your Children
And Gardening

Coir For
Starting Seeds

Jonathan from
Kanapaha
Gardens
APRIL 2008
ISSUE
Diary of a
Gardener
On The Hunt

Celery Update

Photos/My
Azaleas

A Dutch Treat

Win $5.00
Solve The
Problem
NEW! SEPTEMBER
2008 ISSUE


Diary of a Gardener
T
oo Hot to Garden?

B.T. Thuringiensis As
Pest Control in our Garden

Yellow Star Grass by
Sunshine Farm & Gardens
MAY 2008
ISSUE
Diary of a
Gardener
Hopkins Park's
Jamie Paul
BONSAI
TREES
MAKE YOUR
OWN
COMPOST
JUNE 2008
ISSUE
Diary of a
Gardener

Where oh
Where did my
little plot go?

Pests!
JULY 2008
ISSUE

Diary of a
Gardener
I found a
garden!

Win $5.00?

Don't be
afraid of DIRT!
AUGUST
2008 ISSUE

Diary of a
Gardener
Is there such
a thing as soil
that's too
good?

Garden
Lessons
Learned

Corn Earworm