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Garden 'siteseeing' with four guys

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Yesterday's post (asking the question, Do men and women garden differently?) has prompted today's edition of our weekly feature, garden siteseeing, where we visit gardens and gardeners around the US and the world via their blogs. Today's gardeners are all male.

Kenneth Point is a CPA and avid organic gardener in Pennsylvania who owns a four-story worm bin (!) and loves to share Veggie Gardening Tips. Actually, he likes to grow and write about all edibles, herbs and fruits included. The current discussion is about garlic. 

As a member of the Pennsylvania Backyard Fruit Growers Association, Kenny recently went searching for wild paw-paw trees. Did you know that these native fruit trees are pollinated not by bees but by flies and beetles? And that the fruit has the taste and consistency of custard?

Rob's Plants are also grown in Pennsylvania, in a suburb of Allentown, north of Philly, where he lives with his wife, three kids, three cats, a dog, and assorted pond fish and frogs. His garden also contains a nice collection of skullcaps, which he writes about knowledgeably, providing a great resource for other gardeners.


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