Monthly Archives: May 2010

Home-Grown Salad Vinaigrettes

June is high season for fresh greens, but what sort of dressing is worthy of a salad so divine? At my house, only homemade vinaigrette will do. /*START inline box elements */ #blog-main .smallbox { background-color: #fcf5eb; padding: .75em; float: … Continue reading

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Share What You Grow

As you plant your new garden, have you thought about sharing some of your harvest? Most food pantries can provide only canned vegetables and fruit to their clients so gardeners supplying fresh produce can make a big difference for many … Continue reading

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Invest in Asparagus

If you love asparagus and want to grow some yourself, waste no time in getting an asparagus bed planted. Even with the best of care, an asparagus bed won’t hit its stride until several years. /*START inline box elements */ … Continue reading

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Prevent Transplant Shock

As the garden centers fill up with 6-packs of irresistible little vegetable and flower seedlings, it’s good to remember what a shock it can be for those plants to go from greenhouse to your garden. /*START inline box elements */ … Continue reading

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Why I Garden

Back in 2009, we challenged members of our staff to come up with a video to answer the question: Why do you garden? We feel this video is one of the best. /*START inline box elements */ #blog-main .smallbox { … Continue reading

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