MASTER GARDENER PROGRAM — MGs in the News
Published in: The Columbian’s Living in the ‘Couve • September 12, 2021
By Dave Anderson
Excerpt from the Living in the ‘Couve article:
One of the joys of planting and nurturing a vegetable garden is the immense variety of plants that are available to grow. It was with great pleasure that I was able to secure a 20′ x 20′ garden plot at the Heritage Farm Community Garden in late 2019, and for the first time in several years was able to plan over the winter for the bounty of a large vegetable garden.
I knew I wanted to grow the main ingredients for salsa (tomatoes, peppers, onion, tomatillos, cilantro) and some leafy greens (spinach, Swiss chard, kale), and was curious about growing other things that I had never tried to grow before, one of which was leeks.
Read the entire article online. — page 12
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