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Have just a patch of outdoor space or a sunny windowsill? Then you can grow fresh produce.
From Russets to Yukon Golds, see which varieties may be right for your garden.
Beans -- the magic legumes -- the more you sow, the more healthy your blooms.
These flowers and vegetables won top awards from All-America Selection in 2005.
Gardeners can grow their own Indian corn to eat or use as decoration for the holidays.
Heart-healthy ingredients won’t compromise this potato salad's creamy taste.
Master gardener Paul James repairs a stone path, creates a container for shade, and harvests potatoes and garlic.
Standard onions and shallots should be planted in early spring in certain areas.
Follow these vintage recipes for more ideas on what to do with your summer tomatoes.
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Master gardener Paul James lists some of the most common problems with tomato plants.
A new cauliflower hybrid named Citrus is not only orange but packs 25 times the vitamin A of its white-headed forefather.
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