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Perennial plants

Perennial picks
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Growing Veggies from seed

Notes by Kat Lavers, September 2022 Notes by Kat Lavers, www.katlavers.com IG: @kat.lavers
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Urban Quail Keeping

Would you like fresh, golden-yoked eggs and feathered company in your tiny urban backyard or courtyard? Most people have only ever used chicken eggs in the kitchen, but many other birds have been domesticated for egg production. Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) are a fantastic alternative in urban areas where space and noise constraints preclude a backyard chicken flock.
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Session Notes: Perfect Pollinators

Want to build a bee hotel this weekend and encourage some native bees into your garden? Bee hotels or nesting boxes provide individual artificial tunnels that entice female solitary native bees to lay their eggs. These bees will source food from your garden and thank you by pollinating your vegetables, fruits and flowers in return.
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Bokashi composting

Bokashi is a composting method that originated in Japan. It ferments food waste (to prevent it turning putrid) until it can be buried under soil or added to a compost bin to complete decomposition.
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