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For a plant that is easy to grow, versatile in the kitchen and beautiful, garlic is a perfect choice.
Taking a hands-on local class is the best way to learn gardening.
An overview about Egyptian Walking Onions and why they are great to have growing in your garden.
Seed swaps are the perfect way to inspire new gardeners to take up heirloom gardening. The interesting cultivars, fascinating histories, and connections with other local gardeners help create rewarding home gardens while nurturing heirloom seed exchange within the community.
Fingerling potatoes are excellent container plants and are delicious in fresh potato salad. Early Appalachian settlers used underground storage caves, called Tater Tunnels, to store tubers, inspiring imaginative fears for children who dared to enter the dark recesses.
Mark your calendars — here are the dates to remember in summer 2017!
Photosynthesis isn’t nearly as efficient as you may think.
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