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Friday, April 13, 2012

Burpee shares garden pride on Pinterest
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Burpee Gardens is on Pinterest

Like many of you out there, rain or shine, we are proud of our gardens. Even with unpredictable weather, dirt under our nails and sweat on our brow, we can’t think of anything better than digging into the garden.

Our unwavering love for everything....

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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Plant now for preserving the harvest later
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Cucumbers are an easy choice for beginner canners

When most people plant their spring vegetable garden, they are only thinking of the delicious fresh flavors they will be eating later at harvest. But when I plant, I’m thinking about what I like to eat out of a jar — the foods I enjoy from the pantry.

I am a canner. So aside from fresh produce, I....

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Tagged: canning cucumbers Growing A Greener World jar tomatoes in Tips & Tricks



Thursday, April 05, 2012

I Can Grow 2012
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Islands High School, Savannah, Georgia

For the last several months you’ve been reading blogs submitted by recipients of the 2011 Burpee Home Gardens “I Can Grow” Youth Garden Award. They’ve told stories and shared videos about what gardening has taught them, the fun they’ve had getting dirty and even some recipes they’ve created with....

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Tagged: community first-time involvement kids planting urban vegetables youth gardens in ‘I Can Grow’



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