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Replace Traditional ‘Clean-Up’ Practices For Healthier (& Livelier!) Gardens

Leaving leaves and refuse in place during end-of-season garden cleanup creates much-needed haven for birds, amphibians, pollinators and more.

Cover Crops Can Protect & Build Healthy Soil

Cover crops offer a variety of benefits during different parts of the year, from improving soil health to suppressing weeds and more.

Produce Profile: Bring Back Brussels Sprouts

This long-season crop is a staple in European gardens, has been misunderstood for a generation in America, and is now redeeming itself as a valuable vegetable.

Seed Savers Are Leading The Preservation Movement

Saving and sharing open-pollinated seed through the Seed Savers Exchange promotes gardening goodwill and much-needed biodiversity.

Koginut Squash & Badger Flame Beets Star At Row 7 Seeds

Founder Michael Mazourek tells us his insider tips for cooking with squash and breaks down the appeal of the company's vibrant beets.

Ecosystem Gardening Yields Big Benefits

Converting unused or underutilized land to an edible ecosystem addresses food security issues, and it brings environmental advantages as well!

Produce Profile: Say Hello To Roselle Hibiscus

An unusually cheery garden companion, roselle hibiscus both looks great and offers a variety of flavorful uses, most notably in a refreshing tea.

Recipe: Pickle & Can Those Late Season, Green Tomatoes

When ripening outdoors is no longer possible, you might as well enjoy your tomatoes in all of their green glory. Try pickling them with this recipe!


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