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Learning How to Garden
A young man takes on the task of learning how to garden and subsequently looks inward and learns about himself. He is also a writer in the making.
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published on August 29, 2013
Evolution of an Herb Garden
The Question: How to rehab a replica of a Mid-1800s herb garden at the Neversink Valley Museum of History and Innovation in Cuddebackville, New York with no money or supplies? Read here how we did it.

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published on December 27, 2012
Have You Walked Your Labyrinth Today?
Visit a labyrinth lately? It turns out, they’re everywhere: arboreta, backyards, hospital roofs, equine therapy centers, churches, inside cathedrals, city streets and all kinds of places where people gather or go for solitude. See three here and locate one near you.
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published on September 23, 2012
An Old World Garden in New World Clothes
Pamela Page, gardener, gourmet, film maker, shapes her garden with symmetry, dresses it in colorful vegetables, and bejewels it with flowers. See how she creates her Fairfield County, Connecticut garden here.
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published on September 12, 2012
The Seedy Truth
Want to buy seeds but are confused about all the terminology? Get the real lowdown here with Renee's Garden and Burpee Co.
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published on January 24, 2012
Urban Nature
The Greater Newark Conservancy brings nature and gardening to urban residents through its many programs - including an annual garden contest. Click here to read about them and see photos.
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published on September 22, 2011
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow - A Memory Garden
Rosalie Stanley shares her memory garden with readers. learn how she created it and what it means.
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published on April 05, 2011
How to Organize a Community Garden for a Food Pantry
Interested in organizing a community garden? Check here for some great tips by those who organize gardens. See various models to use.
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published on March 01, 2011
A Garden Comes Full Circle
Lance Casper, Grandma's Garden columnist, tells of boyhood gardens in forbidden places and the genesis of his brother's intuitive green thumb. For the first time, he shows photos of his family.
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published on October 29, 2010
Farm Journal – September 2010
MaryAnne McMillan, HTR, introduces Allies, Inc., the company that helps people with special needs find a place they can call home; where they can grow and flourish mentally, physically and spiritually. She talks about who they are and their involvement with the CSA Farm.
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published on September 10, 2010
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