Learn how to grow herbs, plant a fair...

Learn how to grow herbs, plant a fairy garden and more

There are 23 comments on the Star Tribune story from Apr 17, 2012, titled Learn how to grow herbs, plant a fairy garden and more. In it, Star Tribune reports that:

Have you always wanted an herb garden but didn't know where to start? Kitchen in the Market is holding a class on choosing, planting, harvesting and preserving exotic and everyday herbs, such as lemongrass, edible flowers and varieties of basil and thyme.

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Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#28 Jun 15, 2012
Seattle Slew wrote:
I've come to the conclusion, you have weird obsessions, Green toothed freak...
it seems to be obsessed with everyone's sex life. and it is making up things about we the other posters here.
gotta wonder if it is getting any. or if it is still a virgin......
would explain things if it is the second one.

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#30 Jun 16, 2012
redeemer wrote:
<quoted text>I had garden years ago when I children were young,my wife and I would rent a tiller every year
and plant tomatoes,greens,cabbage,lettuc e I could never get my melons to grow right,we use to be proud to pick our own produce from the backyard every sunday and feed the kids with fresh produce and Bar-B-Que.
I miss having a garden too. my dad had one almost every year I lived at home. and even after I left home. he kept one going.
tomatoes, peas, rhubarb, cukes, beets, carrots and radishes were the main things we grew.
also we had a dolgo crabapple tree as well in the yard.

Köln, Germany

#32 Sep 10, 2012
Are you really talking about fairy gardens?
This is a kinda special term for gardens that are designed to lre fairies into your home.
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If you are talking about a minigardens, cantmakeitup is right. The best example for this are bonsais

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