Emilee Gettle talks about winter hitting the homestead, and what you can begin doing — even surrounded by ice — to plan for your spring garden.
The story of workers’ gardens in France, and enlightened priest, and world wars.
Rediscovering a unique Pennsylvania Dutch heirloom locally know as Mountian Bummy squash, named after the nickname of the man who discovered it.
Growing interest in community gardens and community orchards has led to an increase in community-oriented agriculture.
From college classrooms to flower fields, Anna Ćwiklinska attends an Indian wedding where some edible flower dishes were served in an unforgettable way.
Reflections of winter boredom, love of heirloom seeds, garden planning, and of New Year resolutions.
Managing Editor Quint Smith reflects on the theme of old agricultural appreciation among the peoples of the Americas and India, the theme of the Winter 2015-2016 issue of Heirloom Gardener.
The foundation of Indian cooking need only be as far away as your backyard garden; from tulasi and turmeric to fenugreek and bitter melon.
Delight your taste buds, mind and eyes with beautiful photos and inspirational techniques on everything you need to know to grow, preserve and cook your own heirloom fruits and vegetables. You won’t want to miss the stories about plants passed down from generation to generation.
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