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Start Planning Your Veggie Gardens

by Risa Edelstein on December 1, 2009

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  Two of the best blogs that I've found written by people in the area on vegetable gardening are Daphne's Dandelions and Skippy's Vegetable Garden.  There is a lot to know about growing vegetables so these sites are chalk full of information.  To help you in your own garden, Daphne will be posting a monthly planning guide and the [...]

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Add Edible Perennials to Your Gardens Next Year

by Risa Edelstein on November 29, 2009

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Eric Toensmeier happens to be the master of edible perennials and he lives right here in Massachusetts.  You can watch a whole series of videos about what he grows in his garden – a lot of plants I don't know including lots of natives.  Apparently he also eats Nightshade which I thought was invasive!  You [...]

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Plan Your Veggie Garden Online

by Risa Edelstein on November 26, 2009

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You'll soon be getting seed catalogs which means you'll have to start thinking about your vegetable garden.  To make planning easier, try Growveg.com.  They have everything you need to draw out your garden and lots of great advice. Share

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Next Year’s Veggie Garden

by Risa Edelstein on November 23, 2009

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 Last week, I was at a local green fair and fortunately got to meet Jessie Banhazl, a founder of Green City Growers.  She has the same spunk and passion I did when I was in my 20s and it was so refreshing!  A graduate from Smith College with experience in reality TV including Wife Swap, she co-founded [...]

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My Favorite Seed Sources

by Risa Edelstein on February 2, 2008

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With the chill upon us, we tend to open and peruse our seed catalogs dreaming of spring days to come.  Many of us have already ordered seeds and others are already starting plants in their basement.  This is what we do in the Northeast to keep us going during the off season.  Thankfully, there are [...]

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