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Whether you cultivate the urban jungle or are just too busy to grow big, there’s quite a bit you can do with a garden of pots and planters.
Today’s family food gardens, though fewer and smaller, outpace old homesteads in yield.
The gardener can tap into healthier sources of sugar.
Making a case for dung beetles.
Tip: Let there be dark.
Electric ovens are nice, but a roaring fire in the middle of winter is irresistible.
Declutter the toolshed while the garden slumbers.
Many gardeners have kept a single pot alive for years. If a young plant shrivels, it’s time to figure out why.
Evoking a Victorian Christmas, minus the swans.