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May 19, 2016
5 ways to open a world of flavors
Burpee Home Gardens  Edible Gardening Team Members
If a big part of your weekend is dedicated to experimenting with recipes and combining ingredients to create new flavors, you just might be a foodie. If you have a checklist of restaurants you've been....

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May 10, 2016
Gardening space savers
Burpee Home Gardens  Edible Gardening Team Members
You can find big culinary enjoyment in a tiny footprint! Plants from Burpee make it easy. Grow them in containers on a balcony, a high-rise rooftop, or a backyard deck. Choose the vegetables below to....

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Mar 16, 2012
Three simple ways to engage kids with gardening
Theresa Loe  Associate Producer | Growing A Greener World
I’m all about getting kids out into the garden while teaching them environmental stewardship and sustainable gardening practices. In our own city garden in Los Angeles my kids and I compost, raise....

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Aug 22, 2011
Garden at its end
Marci Gilbert  Burpee Home Gardens Guest Blogger
Oh my poor garden. I have enjoyed having a little balcony garden in Houston, Texas, over the last few months, but I have given up hope that it’s doing anything worth sharing. The peppers have....

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Jul 19, 2011
Heat and harvest
Marci Gilbert  Burpee Home Gardens Guest Blogger
We have now been growing an herb and vegetable garden for two and a half months! We frequently use the variations of basil, but have not used the peppers or tomatoes yet. They don't look quite ready,....

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Jan 7, 2011
School gardens: first steps
Burpee Home Gardens  Edible Gardening Team Members
Teachers across the country are getting psyched about school vegetable gardens! They see the value, and the endless curriculum and hands-on possibilities they present for students of all ages and....

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Sep 8, 2010
I ‘stole’ garden pots from the supermarket
Shirley Bovshow  Garden Designer | Host of Garden World Report
I am admitting to everyone that I stole some garden pots from the supermarket. I can’t believe I got away with it! This is how I did it. To the left of the entrance doors of my supermarket is....

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Aug 9, 2010
Surviving the NYC heat
Amanda Green  Guest Blogger 2010
The NYC heatwave has been hard on everyone and everything this summer, and fire escape vegetable gardens are no exception. I wouldn't say I've been remiss in blogging so much as I've been oh, trying....

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Jul 30, 2010
Viva la garden
Greg Matzek  Guest Blogger 2010
So, I’m sad to report that the wheelbarrow experiment failed. What can I say? It was a novel approach to get things up and running but I decided I just wasn't willing to drill holes in the bottom....

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Jun 28, 2010
Have your garden and eat it too
Shirley Bovshow  Garden Designer | Host of Garden World Report
Edible gardens are gaining in popularity across the nation and new gardeners are hungry for planting and design tips. I encourage people to get the most of their yards and take advantage of every inch....

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