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fresh foods are always the best and i want my very own garden someday!

fresh foods are always the best and i want my very own garden someday!

One Year - One Ton of Fresh Food:  Fall Garden Review from Mother of a Hubbard

How to grow a ton of food (literally) on a tiny plot! "On the last day of fall, we passed the 100 pound mark with this loose-leaf Chinese cabbage." So inspiring!

See the "Freeze It" in our  gallery You can enjoy herbs during the winter by preserving your abundance of summer herb plants. You'll not only add a fresh burst of flavor to your soups, stews, and sauces -- you'll also save money! You can also freeze extra stock, gravy, pesto, tomato paste, lemon juice, and wine in ice cube trays and rely on them to add oomph to weeknight meals. Pack frozen cubes in a resealable plastic bag.

Herbs 101

Herbs 101 - Martha Stewart Home & Garden. You can enjoy herbs during the winter by preserving your abundance of summer herb plants. You'll not only add a fresh burst of flavor to your soups, stews, and sauces -- you'll also save money!

Petomato repurposes plastic water bottles as micro hydroponic gardens

Petomato repurposes plastic water bottles as micro hydroponic gardens

Formal garden style always rely on geometric shapes and straight lines, and usually concentrate on green, leafy plants instead of flowers. Find out more about formal garden design in this article.

What Is A Formal Garden Design – Information And Ideas For Formal Gardens

Co Co's Collection : Formal garden # structure # roses # boxwood. A parterre garden can be used to section off vegetables

I would love to walk out the back door and see something like this...

I would love to walk out the back door and see something like this.

tomato-gardenHave you really thought about what helps you to grow? - Lee Johndrow

tomato-garden: Just a Garden Variety Kind of Person, Lee Johndrow

.I need this.

Beautiful bench under arbor - must find a place to build something like this in the garden (I would make it a swing rather than a bench) Perhaps a Clematis or Wisteria for the arbor.

This woman, Rosalind Creasy, has such talent! I don't believe I have seen such gorgeous landscaping and its edible!

Containers filled with special varieties of vegetables. In the large barrel there are plants of bush 'Henderson' lima beans climbing among the black-eyed-susan-vine, and a 'Super Bush' tomato overflows its container in Rosalind Creasy's garden.

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