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Food Gardening Magazine • September 2020

I’m talking about remembering every September how things change so much—from the weather with the dropping temperatures and Mother Nature’s bracing for the coming winter … to kids back at school, birds heading south for the winter, and my garden going through its normal seasonal transformation.  READ MORE right arrow
Bill Dugan - Executive Editor

Food Gardening with Amanda

I grew up thinking September was a time to wind down from summer gardening and switch over to harvesting. But I’ve actually learned that there are vegetables to plant in September that thrive in cooler temperatures, depending on your location.  READ MORE right arrow
Pumpkins are for more than just carving and pies, you can make a number of dishes with them. And if you’re growing and tending to the little wildlings that are sugar pumpkins, then you deserve a bigger menu to choose from! That’s where this pumpkin grilled cheese comes in. Sugar pumpkins are your most traditional pumpkins for cooking, but you can also use Butternut Squash (aka Butternut Pumpkin) and Dumpling Squash (aka Dumpling Pumpkin) which are both sweet.  READ MORE right arrow
I spent all summer in my garden, delighting in my fresh vegetables and generously seasoning delicious recipes with an abundance of fresh herbs. My herb garden is right along the pathway to my home, so I love smelling the mint, then the basil, then the thyme, as I walk toward the house. But now with winter looming over us and the first frost ready to murder them all, I’m switching gears to harvest mode, and getting creative with ways to keep my home-grown herbs part of my daily cooking throughout the winter. I’m excited to share with you how to harvest fresh herbs in the fall to use all winter long.  READ MORE right arrow

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In this month’s Food Gardening Magazine, you get everything you need to know about planting peach trees—peaches, the delicious summer fruit to complement all your food-gardening efforts. And planting and harvesting peaches is not as difficult as you might think—you can even grow them in containers! If you want everything you need to know about growing and harvesting peaches, this Collection is for you!   READ MORE right arrow
In this month’s Food Gardening Magazine, you get everything you need to know about planting parsley, growing parsley, and harvesting parsley—and, ultimately, your parsley plant care will determine just how bountiful your parsley garden is! We’ve got you covered from planting through harvesting and cooking! We have all the tips for growing parsley you need to reap from your garden parsley that is fresh and flavorful.  READ MORE right arrow
In this month’s Food Gardening Magazine, you get everything you need to know about growing pumpkins—the special Halloween item that’s both a food and a decoration. And planting and harvesting pumpkins is not as difficult as you might think—there are different varieties to fulfill your needs, you just have to choose which type and make room for your pumpkin patch! If you want everything you need to know about growing and harvesting pumpkins, this collection is for you!   READ MORE right arrow

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