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Jacob Royer
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Stick it in the ground and watch it grow.
Stick it in the ground and watch it grow.

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Cacao Saplings
Well, it's been 7 months now and the cacao hasn't died on me yet.  It was a little iffy for a while when each plant only had one leaf for a while but they've pulled through that and are on their way to becoming the trees they should be.  The largest leaf is...
Cacao Saplings
Cacao Saplings
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Ramps, The Other Onion
Unless you've got evergreen green onions, the next onions you'll probably be getting are ramps in your garden.  At least in the south you can get these as early as mid to late winter. They are one of the more flavorful varieties of onion, you can use the to...
Ramps, The Other Onion
Ramps, The Other Onion
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Free Chocolate (Science Fiction Book)
It's ready for pre-order! In the far future, chocolate is Earth’s only unique commodity one that everyone else in the galaxy is willing to kill to get their hands, paws and tentacles on  Pre-order now and join us at the book launch being planned for the Dal...
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Saffron Ready to Burst
Fall has come and the saffron I'd pulled from the garden and put in a plastic bag (and the forgot about) has decided it doesn't care if there's dirt or not.  It's sprouting anyway which means I'd better find some dirt pronto to keep my babies going. It's be...
Saffron Ready to Burst
Saffron Ready to Burst
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Precious Tomatoes
Most of us well know the prolific nature of the cherry tomato.  They grow fast and put out lots of fruit.  This was of course our best tomato plant last year and so it isn't surprising that the plant that seeded itself was a cross between it and one of the ...
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Kohlrabi
It's fun to say and interesting to look at.  They really aren't sold around here but that won't stop us from looking.  Usually it's the leaves of cabbage you look for but in this case it's the bulb.  the leaves are edible as well but not really the focus in...
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Baby Onions
Our green onion has produced some baby onions in the flower poof this time around. It's made a couple before but this time it's upward of 10 or so in among the flowers. This little guy was especially interesting since it didn't know what kind of leaf it wan...
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UTA Camps (Lego Mindcraft EV3)
I know this is a little off of the normal gardening path but I will be teaching the UTA Lego EV3  class starting on the first Saturday in February. It's a four day class every Saturday for grades 4-6. Of course it's in Arlington, Texas so if you can drive i...
UTA Camps (Lego Mindcraft EV3)
UTA Camps (Lego Mindcraft EV3)
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Cacao Tree Progress (Indoors)
Of course the cacao trees are indoors, I'm in Texas and there really is no other way to grow them successfully.  The first time I saw one of these trees was at the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens. I was assisting as a docent for the Butterflies in the Garden exh...
Cacao Tree Progress (Indoors)
Cacao Tree Progress (Indoors)
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A nice lit up tent for the tomatoes in the ground.
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