Tag Archives: vegetables

What Happens When Veggies Are in the Spotlight


The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden has created a three-and-a-half-acre garden where veggies are in the spotlight. Eight years in planning and creation, A Tasteful Place opened in October 2017. Complete with a lagoon and a view of the downtown Dallas skyline, the edibles garden welcomes visitors into delightful displays of fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers. A Tasteful Place’s mission is to expose guests to the ideas and practices of growing and eating sustainable, fresh, locally grown food.

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Get More for Less Sale at GardenersHub

As you celebrate Memorial Day weekend, and hopefully spend ample time working in your garden and yard, be sure to also make some time to check out the new and expanded $14.99 and Under section at Horticulture’s official store, GardenersHub.com. …

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Smart Gardening Value Pack

Spring is here and we’re hearing and seeing that many more of you are getting out in the yard and embracing a new gardening season! That’s why the editors of Horticulture teamed up with Womanswork to create this month’s Smart …

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Book Review: Sugar Snaps and Strawberries

Sugar Snaps and Strawberries:Simple Solutions for Creating Your Own Small-Space Edible Garden by Andrea Bellamy 224 pages Timber Press, 2011 List price: $19.95 There’s a plethora of edible gardening books on the market today, following the rising trend of growing …

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Growing Vegetables as Houseplants

Amid all the chaos in The House Plant Expert, I zeroed in on FOOD PLANTS . . . I suppose this page caught my eye because of all the buzz lately about more people getting into vegetable gardening. Or was it because I’d just been to the grocery store?

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