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Food Gardening Magazine • November 2020

November is one of my favorite times of the year, because—while most of my garden is getting ready to hibernate for the winter—we get to celebrate Thanksgiving. And that means many different ways to enjoy food, family, and friends—and to reflect on all…  READ MORE right arrow
Bill Dugan - Executive Editor

Food Gardening with Amanda

I’m going to warn you, the delectable baked pear recipe you’re about to embark on is not a health food recipe. It might look innocent, but it’s a heavenly dessert.  READ MORE right arrow
In November, I dream of soups and stews, cozy sweaters and yummy Thanksgiving food! Here in the Northeast (5b Hardiness Zone), November signals the end of the outdoor growing months and a big end-of-season clean up.  READ MORE right arrow

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Gardening Network Pears
In this month’s Food Gardening Magazine, you get everything you need to know about planting pear trees at home—with varieties for almost every hardiness zone around the country. Whether you’re planning to plant pyrus communis or pyrus pyrifolia—or both—we’ll help you find the variety that will suit your situation and your preference as perfectly as possible. Learn about the different kinds of pear trees so you can pick the perfect pears come harvest time!  READ MORE right arrow
Sage Collection
In this month’s Food Gardening Magazine, you get everything you need to know about growing sage at home—it’s one of the essential herbs for any cook’s kitchen! While there are hundreds of varieties of this wonderful herb, you can’t go and plant every type of sage—we’ll help you narrow down your list with a look at some popular varieties that are easy to grow, so you can have the pick of the crop of sage in the garden.  READ MORE right arrow
Food Gardening Network Summer Squash
In this month’s Food Gardening Magazine, you get everything you need to know about growing summer squash at home—they’re nutritious, delicious, and easy to grow! Your summer squash garden doesn’t have to be big, because your summer squash plants will be producing with abundance with just a little care. Learn all about the best summer squash to grow depending on your gardening situation, and get ready to start planting! You get all the tips, techniques, and advice about how to start and maintain an awesome summer squash garden, including growing yellow crookneck summer squash—there’s so much more to summer squash than zucchini!   READ MORE right arrow

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