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Garden Workhorses

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If you’re an inexperienced gardener or focused primarily on maximum food production, there are some vegetables that will consistently give you maximum bang for your buck. Sometimes it’s a particular variety within a larger group, while in others, pretty much … Continue reading

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Zucchini Are Coming!

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This is the time of year when zucchini make their annual bid to take over the world. While summer squash in general are very prolific (in fact, based on my experience, I’d say Early Prolific Straightneck Squash has zucchini beat … Continue reading

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Jam and Jelly on the Wild Side

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Late summer is preserving season — jams, jellies, conserves, chutney, fruit syrups — any fruit or liquid that is standing still or even moving slowly is likely to wind up in a jar. You can be conventional and make peach … Continue reading

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