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  1. A MONTH OF WINTER VEGGIES: BROCCOLI (and the real star: their LEAVES)

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    December 30, 2014 by Hope Gardens

    When you have limited space in your home vegetable garden, you have to make tough choices about what to grow. …
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  2. Raised Bed Veggie Gardens

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    September 9, 2014 by Hope Gardens

    Gallery of beautiful raised beds and protective hutches. We use redwood as it is natural and pest and rot-resistant. Cedar …
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  3. Summer Veggie Rundown

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    September 9, 2014 by Hope Gardens


  4. Growing Gardeners

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    January 16, 2014 by Hope Gardens

    These smiles tell the story of how much kids love to be in the garden. And I luh-huv working with …
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  5. A MONTH OF WINTER VEGGIES: BEETS (and the blog-bombing PEA SHOOT)

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    January 10, 2014 by Hope Gardens

    I love you guys. I mean it. Cause I don’t even like beets. But YOU do. And beets are easy …
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  6. A MONTH OF WINTER VEGGIES: KOHLRABI

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    January 8, 2014 by Hope Gardens

    Now here’s a veggie totally suited for a WTF, CSA? blog. This veggie is sometimes called the sputnik of vegetables …
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  7. A Month of Winter Veggies: ARUGULA

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    January 6, 2014 by Hope Gardens

    Welcome to the wonderful wonders of WINTER GARDENS! I am profiling my favorite winter veggies this month. I hope to …
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  8. 5 Secrets to Growing Great Carrots

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    October 29, 2013 by Hope Gardens

    Carrots are delicious, nutritious and fun to grow, but surprisingly challenging. These five tips will make sure your planting is …
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  9. How To Plant Your Edible Parkway Garden

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    September 4, 2013 by Hope Gardens

    10 Tips for Planting Your Edible Parkway Garden On Tuesday, August 13th the L.A. City Council approved 15 to 0, …
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  10. Protect That Precious Garden

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    August 21, 2013 by Hope Gardens

    There’s nothing worse than planting that perfect garden only to have it decimated by critters. One nightly visit by a …
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