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Gardening with Arthritis

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When a person has arthritis, they may feel more comfortable at home. If they've lived with arthritis for a while, many things in their home may have been adapted to make life easier. Their home is safe, they can eat, sleep and bathe without any surprises or assistance.
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Can Your Water Supply Be Contaminating Your Garden?

While public water supplies are monitored and then treated for contaminants, those who have gardens in city settings will usually have water that is fairly safe. However, when you have a home that has private well water, pond water or rain barrel water for your garden, you may want to have the water sources tested prior to watering any edibles.
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Is There An AeroGarden In Your Future?

I had heard a lot about the AeroGarden, so when I was offered an opportunity to review one, I gladly accepted. The AeroGarden, for those of you not already familiar with it, is an automated hydroponic growing system meant for people who have never gardened before. I thought it would be a great way to […]
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Arthritic Person Can Enjoy Gardening

Arthritic Person Can Enjoy Gardening | Clear Flow Water Hose | Scoop.it
If you are suffering from arthritis, there is no surprise that you feel most comfortable staying at home. You have total control over your environment at home. You might have already adapted your home environment to make it easier for you to move around, eat, bathe and sleep. It is safer staying at home. Therefore, many of arthritic persons tend to be placed in confinement at home and may start to feel being trapped.
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A Look Back at the Fall Vegetable Garden

This winter has seen nothing but one wave after another of cold, ice, and snow, to the point that I haven’t been able to actually see the garden at all over the past couple months. That’s not entirely bad as the consistent snow cover provided insulation and will help protect over wintering plants from the […]
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