By Doug Oster
Can’t wait for spring to arrive? How early can you start planting in the garden?
By Doug Oster
Having issues with aging daffodils not flowering as well as they usually do? Doug has some advice for your vexing garden questions.
Heirloom Gardener magazine is looking for bloggers and reader-submitted gardening photos, stories, and more. The magazine has been acquired by Ogden Publications, the publisher of MOTHER EARTH NEWS, GRIT, and Mother Earth Living magazines.
By Shelley Stonebrook
Local foods preserve heirloom seeds while also helping your family eat healthier and save money.
By Julia Barratta
County fairs were originally for showcasing heirloom produce, not bumper cars and cotton candy, and it’s about time to remind people.
Old World heirloom brassicas offer variety and reliability to home gardeners. Most cabbage family plants grown from seed are started indoors several weeks before spring.
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