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  • darlingbarbarella - Darlene Poerschke de Quevedo @darlingbarbarella 34 seconds ago
  • #tbt de um finde longe da cidade, redes sociais e televisão na fazenda São Fernando... Queria mais isso, tao bom se desconectar do mundo e aproveitar a natureza. Por  mais dias assim! #farm #relax #sister #loveit #tbt de um finde longe da cidade, redes sociais e televisão na fazenda São Fernando... Queria mais isso, tao bom se desconectar do mundo e aproveitar a natureza. Por mais dias assim! #farm #relax #sister #loveit
  • #tbt de um finde longe da cidade, redes sociais e televisão na fazenda São Fernando... Queria mais isso, tao bom se desconectar do mundo e aproveitar a natureza. Por mais dias assim! #farm #relax #sister #loveit
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  • humanswhogrowfood - Humans Who Grow Food @humanswhogrowfood 8 minutes ago
  • Meet Niki Jabbour @Nikijabbour from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 🇨🇦 "When I was a kid, my parents always planted a summer vegetable garden. It was a small, rectangular garden with long rows, & wasn’t very productive, but it did teach me that food tasted better from the garden. By the time I was about twelve years old, I took over the garden, re-forming the rows into beds & mulching the paths to keep the weeds down. The garden became my playground and I never looked back, eventually studying Horticulture in university.

Growing food is my passion, especially growing food year round. I love being able to supply delicious, nutritious organic food to my family 365 days a year - even though I live in a cold climate in Eastern Canada. As a kid, our garden was a three month garden, but as I learned & experimented, I discovered that many crops were cold tolerant & could be cultivated into winter with simple season extenders like cold frames, mini hoop tunnels and mulch.

I love to grow everything! One of my obsessions is global edibles, and that has led to my new book, Veggie Garden Remix, which celebrates my love of world crops and unusual vegetables. 
Veggie Garden Remix was inspired by my mother in law, who grew up in a small village in the mountains of Lebanon. I wanted to be able to grow some of the vegetables she used to enjoy, and I discovered that there were many awesome Lebanese vegetables I could grow; and one thing leads to another, and soon I was planting crops from other parts of the world, trying to bring their flavours to my garden. 
Don’t be afraid to get growing! Many homeowners let the fear of inexperience stop them from trying to grow food, but you can start small with just a few of your favourite vegetables. And, once you’ve got a handle on the basics, be open to trying new-to-you veggies. As a kid, I was a VERY fussy eater, but growing a vegetable garden led me to try new foods and introduced me to a world of global vegetables."
Swipe to see her beautiful garden!
First picture credit - @storeypub Meet Niki Jabbour @nikijabbour from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 🇨🇦 "When I was a kid, my parents always planted a summer vegetable garden. It was a small, rectangular garden with long rows, & wasn’t very productive, but it did teach me that food tasted better from the garden. By the time I was about twelve years old, I took over the garden, re-forming the rows into beds & mulching the paths to keep the weeds down. The garden became my playground and I never looked back, eventually studying Horticulture in university. Growing food is my passion, especially growing food year round. I love being able to supply delicious, nutritious organic food to my family 365 days a year - even though I live in a cold climate in Eastern Canada. As a kid, our garden was a three month garden, but as I learned & experimented, I discovered that many crops were cold tolerant & could be cultivated into winter with simple season extenders like cold frames, mini hoop tunnels and mulch. I love to grow everything! One of my obsessions is global edibles, and that has led to my new book, Veggie Garden Remix, which celebrates my love of world crops and unusual vegetables. Veggie Garden Remix was inspired by my mother in law, who grew up in a small village in the mountains of Lebanon. I wanted to be able to grow some of the vegetables she used to enjoy, and I discovered that there were many awesome Lebanese vegetables I could grow; and one thing leads to another, and soon I was planting crops from other parts of the world, trying to bring their flavours to my garden. Don’t be afraid to get growing! Many homeowners let the fear of inexperience stop them from trying to grow food, but you can start small with just a few of your favourite vegetables. And, once you’ve got a handle on the basics, be open to trying new-to-you veggies. As a kid, I was a VERY fussy eater, but growing a vegetable garden led me to try new foods and introduced me to a world of global vegetables." Swipe to see her beautiful garden! First picture credit - @storeypub
  • Meet Niki Jabbour @nikijabbour from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 🇨🇦 "When I was a kid, my parents always planted a summer vegetable garden. It was a small, rectangular garden with long rows, & wasn’t very productive, but it did teach me that food tasted better from the garden. By the time I was about twelve years old, I took over the garden, re-forming the rows into beds & mulching the paths to keep the weeds down. The garden became my playground and I never looked back, eventually studying Horticulture in university. Growing food is my passion, especially growing food year round. I love being able to supply delicious, nutritious organic food to my family 365 days a year - even though I live in a cold climate in Eastern Canada. As a kid, our garden was a three month garden, but as I learned & experimented, I discovered that many crops were cold tolerant & could be cultivated into winter with simple season extenders like cold frames, mini hoop tunnels and mulch. I love to grow everything! One of my obsessions is global edibles, and that has led to my new book, Veggie Garden Remix, which celebrates my love of world crops and unusual vegetables. Veggie Garden Remix was inspired by my mother in law, who grew up in a small village in the mountains of Lebanon. I wanted to be able to grow some of the vegetables she used to enjoy, and I discovered that there were many awesome Lebanese vegetables I could grow; and one thing leads to another, and soon I was planting crops from other parts of the world, trying to bring their flavours to my garden. Don’t be afraid to get growing! Many homeowners let the fear of inexperience stop them from trying to grow food, but you can start small with just a few of your favourite vegetables. And, once you’ve got a handle on the basics, be open to trying new-to-you veggies. As a kid, I was a VERY fussy eater, but growing a vegetable garden led me to try new foods and introduced me to a world of global vegetables." Swipe to see her beautiful garden! First picture credit - @storeypub
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