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    • Paper Dragon Art

      I love this poster. During World War I and II, there were many of these propaganda posters made to encourage people to grow vegetables, fruit and herbs. The production of food production was reduced especially in Europe and United Kingdom because of the war. In the U. S., Canada, United Kingdom and Germany, the public was asked to grow their own food to help with the war effort. The victory gardens became a part of daily life on the home front.

    • Nancy Barbara

      Who is starting a veggie garden this spring? Plant between March 8th and March 20th!!

    • Michelle Zafron

      plantspeople: Inspiration: A collection of Victory Garden posters from the web

    • Julia Fix

      3. First World War Liberty Gardens: 1917-1919 | Sprouts in the Sidewalk

    • Sherill Thiessen

      History on Victory Gardens as well as info on home gardening

    • Liz Vallette

      a lot of great victory garden propaganda posters here...

    • Moana Nursery

      Vintage Victory Garden Poster "Grow What You Eat"

    • Katie Hunter (Cummings)

      First World War Liberty Gardens: 1917-1919

    • Danielle Hodgson

      The Victory Garden, Grow What You Eat

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