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Meadow — “Land covered with grass, or a grassy field, or other discernible area of grassland either mown for hay or used as pasture is known as a meadow….in general a healthy meadow has fifty percent of its surface in … Continue reading →
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This spring, I order six plum trees to make a small plum orchard. The 2’ foot bare- root sticks arrived in mid April and I quickly planted them. By the time these trees finally produce plums I probably won’t have … Continue reading →