Welcome to the May 6, 2008 edition of a carnival of green gardening.
New Old-Fashioned Gal presents Gardening Disaster Narrowly Averted posted at Diary of a New Old-Fashioned Gal, saying, "Slight frost damages inadvertently save my tomatoes from a far worse fate."
SeaBird presents From the butterfly garden posted at SeaBird Chronicles, saying, "I harvested the last of these orange flowers from our butterfly garden today. I did see at least one butterfly flitting about during the last couple of months."
TopVeg presents How to Reduce Weeds in the Vegetable Garden by using a Stale Seed Bed. posted at Top Veg, saying, "This is another trick to help cut down weeds and make vegetable gardening fun!"
P.L. Frederick presents Humming Field posted at Small and Big, saying, "A brief garden poem about honeybees."
Jesse Milton presents Tree Care Handbook Vol. 1, Flowering Dogwood posted at Tree News.
Stephanie presents Planting Potatoes in Old Tires posted at Stop the Ride!.
Jessica Jones presents Garden, Not Lawn posted at Practical Nourishment.
Cathy Chang presents Baby Greens and Baby Garden posted at Gagazine.
Brenda Emmett presents Beneficial Insects in Your Garden posted at Her Gardening Blog
Paul Duxbury presents Controlling Weeds in an Organic Garden posted at Gardening Ideas Landscaping Ideas.
Sara Ost presents Urban Gardening a Family Affair posted at Sara Ost.
Lisa Spinelli presents Remember the Tomatoes? Heirloom Seeds Greener Pastures: Personal Finance posted at Greener Pastures: Personal Finance.
Amy L. presents Using Fall Leaves To Fertilize And Protect Your Lawn posted at Housekeeping Tips, saying, "Remarks: Every year, people spend millions of dollars to purchase commercial fertilizers and mulches for their lawns. Yet at the same time, they rake up the fallen leaves from neighboring trees and put them in the trash."
Sarah presents Choosing The Right Grass For Your Local Climate Spring Lawn Care - Lawn Care Tips posted at Lawn Care Tips, saying, "Savvy lawn owners are interested in imported specialty grasses and exotic species from around the world or for their lawn."
valereee presents Recognizing rural America: soybeans posted at Cincinnati Locavore, saying, "Gardeners call it edamame. Farmers call it soy."
Lexi Sundell presents Reverence for Life posted at Energies of Creation, saying, "We need to ask ourselves how we relate to the earth."
Sarah presents Organic Weed Control Methods And Herbicides Spring Lawn Care - Lawn Care Tips posted at Lawn Care Tips, saying, "Organic methods to keep those pesky weeds from ruining your lawn."
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