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Gardenerd is your source for organic gardening information that will help you turn landscape, public space, and containers into a more satisfying and productive garden. Learn how to grow your own food and find answers to your organic gardening questions through our blog posts, newsletters, and weekly podcasts. Send in a question to Ask Gardenerd, and find gifts for the Gardenerd in your life. We offer gardening classes, consulting, and food garden design & installation in Los Angeles and surrounding areas. Need help in your garden? Visit Gardenerd.com to see how we can help you get the garden of your dreams!
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"I had a most successful vegetable garden on my first try."
"The supplies came with faults, but that was no problem for Christy..."
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Prisca Gloor
a year ago
I went to a lecture of Christy and was impressed by her knowledge and eloquence. Her speaking style is very captivating! I then hired her for advice about the layout of my garden, and the vegetables grew beautifully that year. I also hired her to build a raised bed. The supplies came with faults, but that was no problem for Christy: She got a drill out and fixed it! Christy is extremely knowledgable; she is very organized and reliable. Plus she is very kind. I highly recommend her!
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Response from the owner - a year ago
Thanks, Prisca, for the high praise! I'm glad your garden worked out well and hope you're enjoying the benefits of home grown produce year-round.
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Suze Yalof Schwartz
10 months ago
Had the best experience with the Gardenerd! I hired her 3 times and loved when we planted as a family. If you want a healthy garden and to work with a pro you are at the right place.
Response from the owner - 8 months ago
Thanks for your great review, Suze! We appreciate it.
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Agnes Peterson
8 months ago
Raised in Brooklyn, I knew nothing about gardening. Gardenerd came to the rescue. I had a most successful vegetable garden on my first try.
Response from the owner - 8 months ago
So glad you had a good experience, and that you saw success right away as a result. Thanks for the review, Agnes!

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Over the years we've grown several heirloom varieties, but our recent planting of Armenian cucumbers has outperformed all the others.
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Getting Up Close and Personal with Compost. 
Go deep and see what compost looks like under a microscope. Find out what beneficial microbes exist in a pinch of compost and learn why you want them in your soil.
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It's hot out there Gardenerds! Here are some tips on how to grow spinach in the heat.
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Homemade and organic fruit leather! http://gardenerd.com/blog/recipe-garden-fresh-fruit-leather/

We use our solar food dryer as much as possible during the summer! It's a fun way to make healthy snacks. 
Preserving the harvest was never so fun as when making fruit leather. It's simple and easy and is far better for you than the sugar-laden stuff you get from the store. Kids love it, and grown ups do it. Here's our first attempt at making two different kinds. We use our solar food dryer as much ...
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Thank you to Gardenerd Jim for sending in his pictures! He used our YouTube video on braiding garlic and did an amazing job! 
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How to harvest and store peppers from your garden.
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How to clean up a strawberry patch.
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Don’t let those beans go to waste. Freeze them for later. Learn how to freeze beans in the latest podcast! 
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The newest Gardenerd Gazette is now available online. In this newsletter, find out how to blister Padron peppers, learn how to freeze green beans, and get the latest tips for your summer garden. 
In this issue: July in the Garden; Blistered Padrón Peppers; Gardenerd Tip of the Month: Freezing Green Beans; Gardenerd Product of the Month: Gardenerd Tank Top. 1. July in the Garden. Tomatoes are turning colors, squash is plentiful, and summer temperatures are soaring.
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Corn Fail – Rats Again! 
We're growing Glass Gem popping corn this year, but we may not get to see the results because we've got rats again. They're more aggressive than ever this y
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Gardenerd #Giveaway! Win a copy of "101 Chilies to Try Before Die"! 
Are you a chili grower? Do you like your peppers hot? If that's true, then 101 Chilies to Try Before You Die by David Floyd is for you. Floyd is a chili exp
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