Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Edible Garden Newsletter March 2016

Lanark Master Gardeners Edible Garden Newsletter March 2016
Do you grow the same vegetables year after year?  Maybe this year it is time to grow something different.  In this issue of the Edible Garden Newsletter, we introduce you to some unusual edibles.  Maybe you would like to try some sweet Ground Cherries or how about the perennial Good King Henry pictured above.  Also, stop thinking about Dandelions as a persistent troubling weed and learn about how valuable it really is.  Read all about it in the March Edible Garden Newsletter.

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