By guest blogger Robyn Jasko, cofounder of Grow Indie Growing heirlooms is a great way to preserve the flavor, sustainability, and ...
Is your child a picky eater? Does he or she claim they hate fruits and/or vegetables? Gardens and arboretums around the country are giving children new perspective through hands-on learning programs.
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In my previous blog post, I shared the insights of Shenandoah Kepler on the lifelong beauty of gardening and gardens. Shenandoah, who in her late 60s writes the blog Fleeting Architecture, continues with practical advice on gardening with age -- the timetable, the tools and more.
By guest blogger Robyn Jasko, cofounder of Grow Indie Instead of buying transplants this year, you can save a ton of money by ...
As far as I'm concerned, successful gardening begins with the two Ps: patience and planning. When I started out, I had none of the first one and resisted the second one like the plague.
For 20 years, Bruce Lubin and his wife Jeanne have been collecting tips and hints to save time, money, and make everyday tasks easier. Their book "Who...
Herbs can be lovely, but if you're looking to buy the organic, locally sourced kind, prepare to leaf out a lot of green. We propose a fun, economical alternative: Grow your own.
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If you love to garden, the changes of aging don't have to get in your way. Now that spring is starting to show its pretty head, it's a good time to hear from Shenandoah Kepler. Now in her late 60s, she offers lyrical observations and solid practical advice for the older gardener.
It seems strange to me now that I made it to my 30s without gardening. Up until five years ago, I had never known the exquisite, self-congratulatory taste of a strawberry I had grown myself, or the crippling defeat of watching a seemingly perfect tomato vine slowly yellow from the bottom up, wilting my dreams of annoying friends by inviting them over for "brus-KET-ta".
Start early and learn how to plant seeds indoors -- the right way.
To some, I suppose I might seem crazy, like a lady who lives alone with too many cats. But that's okay with me. With my hands in the soil and my head in the fronds, I am beyond calm. I'm... happy.
If you miss eating outside in Manhattan during the winter, you may want to consider escaping to a rooftop eatery far above the snow and that much closer to the sunshine.
Mark Twain Middle School's Seed to Plate Program in Venice, Los Angeles is a model for school nutrition programs in the L.A. Unified School District and across the nation.
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