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Date registered: May 26, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Farmstand Soaps — January 15, 2017
  2. Lotions, Scrubs, & Salves — January 14, 2017
  3. #SmelfieSoaps – Fun Meets Functional — January 14, 2017
  4. Just for The Hims — January 13, 2017
  5. The European Corn Borer — June 5, 2016

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Jan 15

Farmstand Soaps

  This is where we first got started, making soaps that include organic ingredients from our gardens. If we cannot grow it, we buy organic. Read more about the ingredients we use. Soaps are 3.5-4 oz. each and allowed to air dry to remove excess moisture. This helps the bars last longer. Coming Feb. 1, …

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Jan 14

Lotions, Scrubs, & Salves

Gardening Jones shares her homemade bath products. Better for your skin, better for your wallet.

We’ve gotten our hands on some lotions that are inspired by the wonderful scents from Bath and Body. Our bulk purchase allows us to pass the savings on to you. We’re offering 8 oz. green plastic pump bottles for just $5.00 each. Really. We currently have 3 scents to choose from: Compare on Amazon Homemade …

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Jan 14

#SmelfieSoaps – Fun Meets Functional


Introducing felted #SmelfieSoaps – a fun way to wash while staying in touch with social media. Each bar comes complete with a set of #hashtags you can use to reach out to others. Okay, so they are really #TongueInCheek – but if enough people use them, they will be popular. 😉 Felted Soap is a …

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Jan 13

Just for The Hims

Gardening Jones offers a variety of handmade bath products just for the men.

Whether he is sporting a well cared for beard, a sweet ‘stash, or is as smooth as a baby’s butt, we’ve got something to help. Our shaving soaps and oils use only cruelty-free, natural products. You can choose from fabulous essential oils or wonderful fragrances. All colorants are natural micas. As with all orders, there …

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Jun 05

The European Corn Borer

Gardening Jones shares what she has learned about the European Corn Borer.

If your potato plants look like this, you have a visitor. It seems each new year brings another pest to the garden. It’s more of an entomology class sometimes than one in botany. So when I found just 2 of the potatoes looking like this, I did some research. Apparently the larva of this particular …

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Apr 01

12 Varieties of Swiss Chard

Gardening Jones looks at 12 varieties of Swiss Chard.

When most gardeners think of Swiss Chard, also called Silverbeet among other common names, they think of 2 varieties: The everyday Swiss Chard, white stems with green leaves, and the Bright or Neon Lights which boasts a variety of colors. There are more than that and I would bet, more to come. For now, here’s a …

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