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Still Growing...
(Jennifer Ebeling)

Feb 17, 2017

Nell Foster’s garden blog, Joy Us Garden, celebrates all things garden as she shares her passion for plants, pruning, and the great outdoors!

Nell recently packed her bags and moved to Tucson, Arizona after living in Santa Barbara, California for over 30 years.

I love Nell's perspective after working almost two decades in design and landscaping.  Nell also has a fun YouTube channel which is filled with lovely DIY tutorials.



Joy Us Garden

Nell on YouTube



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The Still Growing Facebook Group Welcomes These New Members to the Listener Community:

Sean Mathews

Roy Becker

Shannon Palma

Tessa Lawrence

Tami Cooper

Lisa Mudge

Marketa Havlik

Melinda Distasi

Becky Smith

Lori Kossick


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Sheri Kump - Super Easy Food Preserving

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