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Food Gardening Magazine • October 2020

October really signals fall to me—while fall technically begins in September with the Autumnal Equinox, when the sun crosses the celestial equator from north to south, it’s October when I start to really notice chillier mornings and the scent of fall in the…  READ MORE right arrow
Bill Dugan - Executive Editor

Gardening with Amanda

Do you want a beautifully simple recipe that allows you to gather your white potatoes, sweet potatoes and squashes, and transform them into a side dish you can eat all week long? Trust me, even the pickiest eaters will scoff these Maple Roasted Potatoes and Squash with Bacon. Why? Because just when you think roasting…  READ MORE right arrow
I have a vivid memory of standing on a stool next to my parents at a newspaper-lined table, hands covered in pumpkin guts as we carved them to get ready for Halloween. My job was to sift through the pulp separating the seeds so my father could roast them. But that’s not the only option!…  READ MORE right arrow
A few years ago, I was in line at the farmer’s market talking to a farmer about how great he must be feeling because it’s the “end of the season.” (Did I mention that I stink at small talk?) My new farmer friend gently schooled me explaining there really is no “end of season” for…  READ MORE right arrow

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In this month’s Food Gardening Magazine, you get everything you need to know about growing grapes at home—they’re the most popular fruit in the world! There are four main types of grape vines, with many varieties within each type—we’ll help you narrow down your choices for growing grapes depending on what you want to do with them. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the possible choices, so we’ll help you choose the best grapes to grow in your garden.  READ MORE right arrow
In this month’s Food Gardening Magazine, you get a double feature—everything you need to know about growing sweet potatoes and potatoes at home! With about 4,000 varieties of potatoes and 7,000 varieties of sweet potatoes, we’ll help you narrow down your list with a look at some of the most popular varieties that make growing potatoes and sweet potatoes easy, so you can have a delicious harvest! It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the possible choices, so we’ll help you choose the best potatoes to grow in your garden.  READ MORE right arrow

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