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Sequoiah with white Chicken


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Sequoiah grew up on a two acre homestead in the San Francisco Bay Area with chickens, horses, goats, and her own flower and vegetable garden. She began gardening at age 6 and hasn’t stopped since. At age 24 she began to learn Permaculture principles and got certified in Landscape Design and Construction at Merritt College in Oakland, CA. This is where she first became enamored with plant propagation and soil science.

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Getting to know tree collards

Tree collards are one of the easiest vegetables to grow in a home garden. For very little input they can provide an abundance of greens all year round. A fast growing relative of collards and kale, they can reach over eight feet in height in a few years.

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