76 Responses to “The Roofarm and Recipes for Not-Just-For-Gardeners Salve”

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  1. A garden on the roof is a very good idea, especially if you live in a small apartment in a big city, where it’s impossible to have a garden of your own. But you should be very careful with drainage and watering, because roofs can easily crack and get damaged by excess moisture.

  2. ..so glad i found you CB!…i spend many a sleepless night surfing & roaming different blogs for recipes..i find that i like to experiment with different oils & tweak the measurements. yesterday i created a silky butter thats absolutely exquisite!..i can hardly wait to get busy with these recipes here!

  3. Hi! I love your recipes. I would like to know who you get your labels for to put on your finished products? I am looking for a good label maker but cannot find one.

    Also, is your book one that contains ALL of your recipes or how many?

    I visit your site often so thanks for all of your information and I am looking forward to trying many of your recipes in my home.

    Bridget
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  4. Delma

    I just read your salve blog I have read and think that vetiver is a lovely man scent, also oil of bergmont

  5. Your rooffarm looks amazing! I really love initiatives like this. In some big cities the only way a person can have the space for a garden are such rooftop gardens or farms as you call them. It’s a little sad, but at least it’s a chance to get closer to nature and grow some delicious produce in the meantime.

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