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Thumbnail for - Start Your Own Seeds
Feb 12, 2013
PLANTWISE: GET GROWING
Starting seeds indoors is easy, fun and doesn't need to cost much. Just follow these simple directions and get growing!
Thumbnail for - Cooking With Winter Vegetables
Nov 2, 2012
classes
What to do with winter vegetables from your garden and market? Food blogger and Slow Foods advocate Katherine Deumling explains
Thumbnail for - Get Garlic Now!
Sep 28, 2012
get growing
Local nurseries have just received shipments of garlic and shallots - don't delay: pick out the best varieties and fattest cloves while they're fresh!
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Sep 19, 2012
events
Learn to prepare healthful, plant-based meals at Northwest VegFest.
Thumbnail for - Win a Copy of Diane Morgan's Roots
Sep 11, 2012
READ EM AND EAT
Eat Beat snagged a copy of the Portland author's latest culinary tome, and we're giving it away to one lucky reader.
Thumbnail for - Tomato Taste Off 2012
Sep 4, 2012
garden events
Think your tomatoes taste especially great? Enter them in the Tomato Taste-Off this weekend!
Thumbnail for - Seedheads and Self-Sowing Surprises
Aug 20, 2010
get dirty
I’ve just gone on a garden rampage – my yard debris is picked up every other Friday morning and, at 6 this morning, I remembered today was the day. I tore out, clippers in hand, and started...
Thumbnail for - Summer’s Here and the Time is Right – to Plant Veges!
Jul 5, 2010
Get Dirty
I recently heard someone say it is "too late" to plant vegetables. I’m happy to report that isn’t true. There are plenty of vegetable seed and starts that can be planted this month for summer,...
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Jun 30, 2010
things to do
There is a huge City of Lake Oswego community garden on the property – I’ve never seen so many creative and beautifully-maintained plots! Image: Kate Bryant Looking for...
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Jun 21, 2010
edible gardening
There’s a new craze in grafted tomato plants this spring: – read about it here. Grafting is an old-fashioned horticultural technique: it’s basically splicing plants, just like audio tape used...
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