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Wednesday, January 25, 2012


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I loved this little video of you and your farm... your old farm that is... would love to see a video of your current farm!

Martina, this is so great. Loved it!

I'm so glad I stumbled upon your site. I'm in Manhattan, and have been writing about local food for the last year. Moved to an apartment with a terrace and just my seed order. Started my indoor seedlings. Have much to learn from you!

That is amazing Martina Fugazzotto! Thanks for doing what you do!

LOVE your blog, LOVE your pictures!! You make everything look so beautiful!! I also grow from seed and plant flowers etc, but NO sun.. UK is bad with sun lately... everything is too dark and wet :-( Gonna have to try growing indoors

This is AWESOME!! I have been loving digging through your archives, it's inspiring. My fiance and I just decided to start a vegetable garden on a whim a couple of weeks ago and have MUCH to learn, but our little seedling babies are so cute :) Thanks for providing entertainment AND education! I'm excited to see how your 'real dirt' in your new yard works for you!

I randomly came across your website when google searching for a picture of chives for my coworker. I LOVE what you're doing! I live in a small apartment in Chicago and while our windows overlook a lot of open space (a park), we have no backyard and no patio. I've been researching lots of ways to garden indoors and it's frustrating how little information there is about gardening in the city. I have been lucky enough to get involved in a wonderful community garden down the street from my apartment, and we just got a small plot last night (yay!). I think we might be able to construct your vertical garden on one side of the plot, so this was very inspiring and helpful! Thanks and can't wait to see what else you do, I'll be following your blog now :)

I loved the video on Tina's backyard garden. In the future please credit the songwriter for the music you use.In this case Sarah Pirtle, an amazing educator & singer-songwriter. Thanks & keep up the good work sharing earth-loving inspirations!

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Hi! My name is Martina and I have a "farm" in my New York City backyard called FarmTina.

My definition of "farm" is really just a living space that brings together home grown vegetables & fruits, animals, flowers & trees, and concoctions that use all of these ingredients together... read more