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Not So Garden Variety - Pretty Popcorn.

Genetics of the Beautiful “Glass Gem” corn. You’re looking at an ear of a corn variety called “Glass Gem”, grown by Greg Schoen of Seeds Trust. This is real corn! How does it grow this way? Each corn kernel is actually a sort of unique plant.

Peruvian potatoes from Parque de la Papa (Potato Park), a Peruvian agro-ecotourism project.  Garden diversity!

Peru bans genetically modified ingredients for 10 years. Here are some of its potatoes. These are all natural potatoes, not genetically modified ones.

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so much lavender. Lavender harvesting along with drying flowers, lavender sugar and potpourri satchels are all quick and easy to make.

This guide is about growing figs. Are you considering planting a fig tree? In addition to the varieties for the traditional hotter climates, there are some that will thrive even in the Pacific Northwest.

Growing Figs

The Fig harvest season is in full swing, and this is great news because the sweet rich flavor of figs, combined with their soft pulp and crunchy seeds make for an irresistible treat that can’t…

A new tomato variety called "Indigo Rose", a cross breed between red and purple tomatoes. these are supposedly more rich in antioxidants than their red counterpart. Carey if you find these get me one!!

The ‘Indigo Rose’ is a new, strangely-colored variety of tomato. The fruit is jet black on the outside and juicy purple-red on the inside. These colors might not sound very appealing, but black tomatoes are supposed to be very tasty, and most importantly,

Illustrated Guide to Edible Flowers - Moral Fibres - UK Eco Lifestyle Blog

I went to this fabulous wedding a few years ago and the coolest thing were edible flowers on the filet mignons! Guide of Edible Flowers

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If they die we die - help them in your garden by planting open single head flowers, planting the same plants in clusters rather than peppered around the garden, plant for a succession of flowers throughout the year. Some good varieties include snowdrops,

Grow Button and Portobello mushrooms from a common variety that you can pick-up FRESH from your local grocery store.

aps: Watch me and the girls grow Button and Portobello mushrooms from a common variety that you can pick-up FRESH from your local grocery store. I'll just buy mushrooms.

Blueberries are the easiest fruit to grow. Here are tips on growing blueberries, plus great blueberry varieties to choose. From The Old Farmer's Almanac Gardening Blogger.

Blueberries: the easiest fruit to grow is also one of the healthiest.

Blueberries are the easiest fruit to grow. Here are tips on growing blueberries, plus great blueberry varieties to choose. From The Old Farmer

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