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Thyme, a Robust Herb of Many Uses

Thyme, a Robust Herb of Many Uses

Thyme is an herb of Mediterranean origin. It is useful in all kinds of dishes from appetizers to desserts and goes well with seasonal winter produce as well as grains, beans, nuts, as well as meat, fish and fowl.

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Garden Supplies On The Cheap: Your Home Edition

Garden Supplies On The Cheap: Your Home Edition

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Here's a cool list of garden supplies you may not know you had at home.

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Garden Planning

Garden Planning

Tips and suggestions for creating a beautiful and functional edible landscape.

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Pickled Ginger is Sweet and Spicy Condiment

Pickled Ginger is Sweet and Spicy Condiment

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Pickled ginger is familiar to sushi and sashimi fans because it helps cleanse the palate between servings and extinguish the wasabi fire. Pickling is just one way to use this versatile root.

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Rosemary:  A Robust Herb of Winter

Rosemary: A Robust Herb of Winter

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The bracing scent of rosemary brightens our mood and our cooking. Best of all, rosemary is an easy herb to grow and maintain. It can be wintered over indoors in cold climates.

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5 Reasons You Should Grow a Vegetable Garden

5 Reasons You Should Grow a Vegetable Garden

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If you have never grown a vegetable garden before, then 2010 is the year you should start. A month or so ago, you may have been busy writing down those resolutions that you want to accomplish in the...

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Add Some Spice to Your Life

Add Some Spice to Your Life

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Until you’ve experienced the pleasure of growing sweet red peppers and then grinding the dried pods into fresh paprika, you won’t know what you’ve been missing. One whiff of fresh paprika and you’ll never want to buy grocery store paprika again.

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Tomato Trivia, Your Health,  And George Clooney

Tomato Trivia, Your Health, And George Clooney

It just so happens, by happy coincidence, all three of these topics actually intersect; at least in this post.

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All in the family

All in the family

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This article is about a Seed Savers publication, the Yearbook, that provides a place to exchange treasured family heirloom seeds.

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From Zero to Gourmet in 7 Days: Sprouts!

From Zero to Gourmet in 7 Days: Sprouts!

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I recently purchased a Seed-Sprout growing kit, as a way to grow my own fresh healthy greens, and to give me a little gardening project during the cold winter wait...

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How to Improve Your Stock Options

How to Improve Your Stock Options

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Discover the hidden value of potato peels, carrot tops and other kitchen discards. Gain big dividend every time you cook up a batch of vegetable stock.

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Growing Beautiful Food

Growing Beautiful Food

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Think of growing beautiful food as foreplay to dinner.

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Growing Avocados

Growing Avocados

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If you just happen to live in zones 9-11, consider growing some delicious avocados (Persea americana). Not only are they tasty, but they offer nutritional value for your heart and eyes.

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Cute Plant Names

Cute Plant Names

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As you work your way through the new crop of seed catalogs, have you found any amusing plant names? I have...

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Cheap and Easy Winter Greens

Cheap and Easy Winter Greens

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Growing your own garlic greens during the winter is an inexpensive way to feed two needs at once: a gardener’s need for growing and a cook’s need for something tasty.

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Heirloom seed popularity contest

Heirloom seed popularity contest

Learn how we choose which seeds make it into our seed catalog - and find out what "old" seeds are "new" in the 2010 catalog.

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New Seeds for a New Season

New Seeds for a New Season

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When temperatures are in the teens and snow is swirling outside, what can a gardener do? Grab a seed catalog and order seeds, of course.

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Folia - Your Garden Tracking Partner

Folia - Your Garden Tracking Partner

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Folia is a free online social garden tracking app that you can use to track, journal and share the progress of your plants and gardens

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Southern Exposure Seed Exchange: Saving the Past for the Future

Southern Exposure Seed Exchange: Saving the Past for the Future

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The Southern Exposure Seed Exchange is another catalog I wait for with bated breath. Like many of the seed companies I adore, they specialize in open-pollinated (mostly heirloom) seeds.

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Determining Your Soil Type

Determining Your Soil Type

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Soil "type" is different than obtaining the specifics about minerals and nutrients found in individual soils through soil "testing". Soil type refers to the physical structure and texture of soil.

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