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Prepping the garden

Wintertime tasks

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It’s time to test and amend your soil.

An ode to Robert Reynolds

The passing of a culinary luminary

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When Portland chef and teacher Robert Reynolds died last week, his many fans mourned.

Harvest how-to

Summer and fall vegetables

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When to pluck the fruits of your labor.

Harvest how-to

Spring and summer veg

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Caroline Lewis, of Verdura Culinary Gardens, shares harvest tips.

Kids thrive in the garden

Little farmers

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How to introduce children to the art and science of growing food.

Preparing to plant

A garden checklist for March

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Invaluable tips for getting back into the garden.

Fall gardening

Beyond summer

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What’s next in the Pacific Northwest vegetable garden?

Tomato tips

Growing tomatoes in a cool climate

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Over the years, she’s learned a few things about cultivating tomatoes.

A garden grows in Baltimore

Seventh-graders tend their vegetables

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A garden-start story about a school in Maryland.

Flowers in the garden

Companion plants add beauty

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Plant flowers among the vegetables to deter pests, enhance growth, and add color.

Swiss chard

Notes on growing and cooking

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How to grow chard and then cook it, too.

In defense of shelling peas

Grow them in your garden

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They reward you with complex and interesting flavor.

Culinary herb primer

Pairing herbs with food

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How to grow some basic herbs — and how to cook with them, too.

High yield, high benefit

Which edibles to plant in a small space?

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Garden expert Caroline Lewis offers planting advice.

Penelope’s garden

Feeding the hungry in Portland

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Inspired by one child who had gone without food, this garden takes root.

Farmers’ market fondness

An inside view of the market

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Caroline took her garden boxes to the farmers’ market and discovered it from a new angle.

The beauty of vertical gardening

A pro touts the benefits

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Increase the productivity of your garden.

Soupe au pistou

A reminder of summer

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Make this bright soup with pesto from the freezer if possible.

Raised-bed gardening

Advantages over planting directly in the ground

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There are many reasons Caroline and Larry like this method.

Transitioning to spring

Plus, a winter recipe for farro

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Looking forward to those first green pea shoots.

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