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Organic Gardening Mag

Organic Gardening Mag

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For nearly 70 years, Organic Gardening magazine has inspired and empowered readers with information they trust about working in harmony with nature in their gardens and treading lightly on the environment in all aspects of their lives. Today, Organic Gardening still leads the charge toward a sustainable future with editorial that shows readers how to care about their health, homes, and gardens safely and naturally, and lively photography that captures the beauty of the garden.

The April/May 2014 issue of Organic Gardening is alive with the freshness of spring—from a comprehensive tomato growing guide to everything you need to know about fresh asparagus, plus exclusive recipes for rhubarb. We also introduce you to the next generation of horticulturalists and take you on a tour of New York City’s Hot Bread Kitchen.

Here's what' in store for you:

A Best-Practices Guide to Growing Tomatoes: Follow these seed-to-harvest pointers for a bumper crop of America’s favorite home-grown vegetable: the incomparable tomato.

Next Generation 2.0: Four up-and-coming horticulturists bring new ideas and perspectives to their profession, giving the rest of us a glimpse into the future of gardening.

Cucumbers Reconsidered: From heritage varieties to new hybrids, cucumbers offer home gardeners a surprising array of choices. Sample a few this summer.

United Nations of Bread: Hot Bread Kitchen helps foreign-born women polish their culinary and language skills while selling authentic ethnic breads to appreciative New Yorkers.

Plus:
Design Dilemmas: Garden design with fences, hedges, and walls.
Skills & Abilities: How to build a recirculating water feature.
Food Central: Celebrate asparagus, one of spring’s first crops.
Biome: Visit Ireland’s historic Kylemore Abbey.
Simply Fresh: Three recipes that showcase tangy rhubarb.
Pay Dirt: Composting is second nature to the industrious red wiggler worm.
Ask Organic Gardening: Growing okra and sweet potatoes in short-summer climates; rooting cuttings without hormones.
Good Bug, Bad Bug: Ground beetles are valuable team players in the organic garden.

And more, including 5 exclusive videos and a podcast interview.

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