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December 31, 1969
UC Botanical Garden, Berkeley,

From chocolate to quinoa, discover the cornucopia of food crops that originated in the Americas thousands of years ago. This exhibit highlights twelve modern edible plants first cultivated by the Mayan, Incan, and Aztec civilizations.

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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chanengo County, Norwich

Learn about butternuts, a species of walnut native to the Northeast. The New York Nut Growers Association will present a program focusing on ...

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Ocean View Farms, Mar Vista

The sixth annual Gathering of the Community Gardens is Saturday at 

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Wyck Rose Garden, Philadelphia

 The old rose 5-part workshop series is a designed to shepherd you through a year in the life ...

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New York Botanical Garden, Bronx

Giant pumpkins from across the United States once again arrive at the Garden! Coming from near and far, these pumpkins are among the biggest the world has ...

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Garden Education Center of Greenwich, Cos Cob

Ladies and Gents! Come hear real live Apple Geniuses talk about high-tech gardening design tools. Yes, the Apps...as you have never seen them before. With a touch of a finger learn how to use your mobile devices to create new design concepts a ...

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Lakewold Gardens, Lakewood
Brooklyn Botanical Garden, Brooklyn
Mechanics Hall , Worcester

Dance to the sound of live big band music while helping out Shrewsbury's fragrant garden for the blind. Tickets are $50 and include a night of music and d ...

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Park Avenue Armory, New York

This year's Winter Antiques Show at the Park Avenue Armory will feature over 70 exhibitors, including Barbara Israel's Garden Antiques. Among the goodies she'll have at her booth are a pair of Continental recumbent stone deer with cast-iron antlers; a rare pair of cast-iron urns on pedestals, ma ...

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