By Abigail Willis
How the precarious adventures of botanists have shaped gardening as we know it today.
The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants at Harvard University, commonly known as the “Glass Flowers,” preserves the past and inspires a future for hundreds of heirloom plants.
Learn how this root vegetable’s unique appearance, taste, and history have made it a source of pride for one small Vermont town.
One small family has built a big business by growing olives and pressing its own extra-virgin oil.
Seed libraries are sprouting up in public libraries across the nation. Borrow these ideas for nurturing one in your community.
Although sometimes pesky, flies can play an important role in the garden.
An update and exciting news about a project profiling foodies and farmers in the Central Arkansas local food scene.
Delight your taste buds, mind and eyes with beautiful photos and inspirational techniques on everything you need to know to grow, preserve and cook your own heirloom fruits and vegetables. You won’t want to miss the stories about plants passed down from generation to generation.
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