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How to grow a garden in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Allergic Garden

Allergic gardeners should be familiar with the term ‘allergic garden’, as the name suggests, and be aware of its dangers.

Allergic gardens can be seen in some neighborhoods, like Beit Shemesh, in which the grass is covered in an unpleasant and foul smelling substance.

The neighborhood is also home to a number of other allergies, and has recently become the scene of an anti-allergic rally.

The Gardeners’ Guild of Greater Washington, a local group, has been working to get rid of allergenic weeds in the neighborhood, but is encountering resistance.

“The community is trying to be a part of the solution,” said Rabbi Shai Tzvi, the Guild’s executive director.

“We want the community to be in charge of the weeds and take care of them, and we’re getting frustrated that they’re not.”

Tzvi said the Gardeners Guild is working to find a solution to the problem, but he said that he expects to have to make some difficult decisions before it is feasible.

“We’re not going to get it solved overnight,” he said.

Tzvvi said he is willing to accept a solution if the neighborhood becomes a safer place.

“But we need to have a lot of community input and a lot more people participating in the decision-making process,” he explained.

The Guild will take a position on the proposed changes to the neighborhood’s zoning.

“What we’re really trying to do is give everyone a chance to weigh in on whether it’s a good idea,” he added.