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New, Cold-Hardy Berries for 2014

This season, we’re thrilled to have added a variety of new Berry varieties, including several plants that thrive in colder areas. Haskap Berries and Goji Berries bring attractive foliage and gorgeous blooms to the garden, followed by delicious, easy-to-grow berries. This year (and for years to come), why not grow your own food and try something unique?

January 3, 2014 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Edible Landscaping is Back in Vogue

Historically, edible plants were incorporated into the plantings around homes. A typical yard might have included a few fruit trees, some berry bushes, a grape vine and perhaps a salad garden just outside the kitchen door. The last few years have seen a resurgence of interest in food gardening, as people begin to rediscover the satisfaction of growing their own food, as well as the money-saving aspects of harvesting dinner from their own backyard. “Edible landscaping” is a catch-all term that describes integrating food-producing plants into an overall landscape plan.

March 24, 2011 · Suzanne DeJohn · 10 Comments
Tags:  · Posted in: Gardening in Spring and Summer, How-Tos, Perennials