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FTW Kitchen: Sorrel Soup

Sorrel's lemony flavour is an early springtime delight. This recipe showcases the perennial green in a fresh soup that's perfect for the occasional chilly evening.

Grow an Extra Row to Help the Hungry

Food security is more important now than ever before. Grocery shelves are often empty, farmers are short on workers, and global food shortages could be a very real thing, very soon.If you're cultivating a vegetable (Victory!) garden this year, please consider planting an extra row to help the hungry in your community. Are you familiar … Continue reading Grow an Extra Row to Help the Hungry

13 Black Vegetables for a Gothic Garden

Believe it or not, goths love to grow food too! Here are 13 beautiful, delicious black vegetables to grow in your own garden of spooky delights.

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Keyhole Gardens for Small Spaces

Keyhole gardens are ideal for small yards: they don't waste space, and are easier to harvest.

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Seeds n’ Soils: Choose the Right Combination!

It's important to determine what type of soil your plants need, so you can give them optimal growing conditions from day one.

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Bored of the Usual Greens? Try These 12 Vegetables This Spring!

Would you like to explore something new in this year's garden? Trying some of these ancient and unusual greens!

Edible Garden Basics: How Much Food to Grow Per Person

This is a rough guideline for how many vegetable plants to grow per person, to feed an average family of four.