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Jacq Davis
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  • Tempe, AZ
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Free blackberry plant
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We are clearing up an area for our new fruit trees. And decided to pull the one blackberry plant close to it.Please contact me at 480-689-2243 if you are interested. We will leave it in the ground…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jacq Davis Oct 4, 2014.

Ruth Stout's Garden
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A fellow gardener in Ohio, who is moving to Arizona share this video with me. Thought it is kind of fun.He brought it up because I was sharing with him on how I use wood chip mulching and chop and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jacq Davis Aug 23, 2014.

Handmade garden signs for sale
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Dear Fellow VPA members,My husband and I are trying to see if there are interests in our recent creations. My husband has welded these fun garden signs for me to paint with chalk board paint, make…Continue

Tags: signs, garden

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jennifer Wadsworth Jun 9, 2014.

I have a huge amount of crawlers in the yard
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Hi All,I just noticed that we have thousands of tiny bugs crawling in the front yard.I took a photo of the tiny one, and one of a pair mating next to them. Not sure if they are of the same kind...Can…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ericka May 1, 2014.


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I love nature and outdoors. Have always been a black/brown thumb with plants I have tried to grow. Garden is an exciting challenge for me and since I work from home (graphic and web designer), I can attend to my garden and use it as a way to relax.

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At 1:23pm on August 31, 2013, DePhane Marcelle said…
Hey girl,
Can't wait to have you over.. Afternoon tea or once it is cooler, roasted marshmallows
by the fire.. I will let you know when we do our community seed exchange/ gardening
At 4:46pm on May 18, 2013, bryanwhitebeyondthekitchengarden said…

Thank you for attending the fruit tree class and I look forward to seeing you in the future!


At 8:04am on March 26, 2013, HobieCat said…

Hi Jacq -Sorry, I don't have that cardboard anymore. In addition to trying bicycle shops to find large pieces, you might want to check with a Costco. Sometimes they have a lot of large pieces from all of their big furniture items, or other big Costco-sized things.  :)    Good luck!

At 11:36am on March 2, 2013, Lisette Volkmar said…


Have some grape vine cuttings for you, including a cane that got buried by accident and already has roots!  I'm 80% sure its a Flame, if not it is Thomson seedless.  Let me know if you want it and when.


At 6:09pm on January 9, 2013, Fascist Nation said…

Sorry Jackie, I just realized you can't send an email under this system until I accept your friend invitation.  Here is my message:

I live at 5415 E OSBORN RD. (56th St & Indian School Rd)  I am home most of the day.  You are welcome to stop by.  Give me a call at 602.840.7473 and we can agree upon a pickup time.  Bring gloves as some have their big copper staples still in them though I will help you load them up.

Powell Gammill

At 11:50am on December 7, 2012, Lisette Volkmar said…

Looking forward to meeting you!

At 10:16am on December 7, 2012, Lisette Volkmar said…


Hi!  I noticed you are in Tempe and going to the seed exchange.  Might you be able to swing past my place in Tempe and get a big batch of Lemon Basil seeds to take in?  My cross streets are University and Hardy.  If that works for you, drop me a note at lisettev370 at gmail.  Thanks, Lisette

At 11:57am on June 27, 2012, Stacey Lillebo said…

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Symphony of the Soil

Last night, I watched Symphony of the Soil, recommended by a fellow permie. It helps to confirm what I am doing to our front yard is the right way to start building a good soil structure for the plants. And I have amazing plant growth to prove it.

Catch a free online viewing of one of the most important film that all gardeners and farmers could watch to understanding soil building and the importance of soil building to help make the future a better place for all of us.



Posted on October 8, 2014 at 8:52am — 10 Comments

March garlic harvest, or just a very impatient and curious gardener

I have never planted garlic before. After reading Catherine's monthly planting reminders. I decided to put a handful of sprouted garlic clove that I have bought from the farmers market and grocery store for cooking, all around the container planters and my yard.

Then I started putting random sprouted garlic whenever I have chopped up some for cooking in the garden through October and November. Thinking it will be cool to see where and what condition garlic will thrive in my…


Posted on March 18, 2014 at 9:30am — 7 Comments

Planting blueberry grapevine cuttings

Today, I could not wait any longer to check and see if my blueberry grapevine cuttings from Paul has rooted or not. And out of the four cuttings, two of them had put out really good root!

So I have located two spots in my backyard next to the pool for them to grow. This is all mostly experiment since I have never grown grapes and this is just too much fun!

Thank you Paul for trading the blueberry grapevines with me! I am really excited to see if these will…


Posted on March 23, 2013 at 10:03am — 5 Comments

Self Watering (Sub-Irrigation) trough planter continued

I finally finished building the planters. Today, I was able to plant everything in except for the tomato plant. I am still deciding whether to plant the tomato seedlings from the orange/yellow tomato that has seeds sprouted inside or the tomato seeds that I have collected from farmers market bought cherry tomato.

Here's the wicking columns packed down with planting mix.…


Posted on January 7, 2013 at 6:33pm — 6 Comments


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