How to Preserve Your Summer and Fall Harvest

It’s harvest season! For Maryland gardeners, September brings a bounty. The tomatoes, peppers, and melons that come piling in are both wonderful and …
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Some Like it Hot! Best Vegetables to Grow in the Heat

Summer may be thought of as gardening season, but for certain vegetables, midsummer is just too hot. Veggies like broccoli, spinach, and lettuce, as well as …
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How to Plant a Pizza Garden

You don’t have to live on a farm to grow your own food. A new trend called food-scaping combines edible gardening and landscaping to maximize beauty and …
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Be an Edible Garden Guru

There are so many benefits to growing your own food, from increased flavor to taking control of what your food is exposed to. Plus, anyone can do it! 
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From Garden to Table: Salad Gardens

Salads fresh from the garden are a highlight of spring and summer. No grocery store vegetable will ever match the flavor of a vegetable you’ve tended yourself.
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Vegetable Plants that Thrive in the Fall

Do you think you've reached the finale for your garden? Think again. You're just entering the third act! Autumn is a wonderful time of year to plant and grow …
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The Foodscape Revolution

By Guest Author Brie Arthur “Garden to Table” is the best way to describe my passion for adding purpose to landscapes in suburban neighborhoods, office parks, …
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Surprising Veggies to Grow Vertically

Fresh vegetables and fruits are one of the best things about spring and summer. Growing your own can be rewarding, and you don’t need a big garden plot to fill …
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Celebrate National Blueberry Month

Celebrate National Blueberry Month with Recipes, and Planting Tips Pancakes, tarts, pies, we love adding blueberries to any recipe. And we’re not alone.  The …
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New Year's Resolution: Healthy Eating for All (so)...Go for the Garden!

Be Inspired Seasonally with Rita Calvert The holidays are receding from view, and the excitement of the new year is brimming with healthy options for your …
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Beginners Guide to Gardening: Harvesting Those Fall Veggies

The fall gardening season is coming to an end, and you probably have plenty of delicious vegetables to keep you busy processing and freezing for weeks to come. …
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Get ‘Em While They’re Hot...Fall Vegetable Transplants are In!

Seasonal Cooking with Rita Calvert~The Local Cook As summer draws to a close, gardens everywhere can morph into a tapestry of delicious greens, from tender …
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