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Jennifer Reese, the blogger behind The Tipsy Baker, and the author of the new cookbook, Make the Bread, Buy the Butter, talks about how adopting a goat ended up being more lethal to her garden than any weed killer. 
In this week's post about What Makes a House a Home, Angry Wayne, aka Wayne Surber, the former executive sous chef at Thomas Keller's Bouchon Bakery, and the chef behind a new venture, Lonestar Taco, writes about how he started creating a vegetable garden at his father-in-law's house, two hours away—and how an experiment that started on a whim ended up creating a home he didn't know he had.
You probably won't find these flowers at any summer weddings, but the water-dwelling plant would be a perfect accent at the world's tiniest garden party. Sparking like tiny green jewels, each less than a millimeter in diameter, the Wolffia globosa is the smallest flowering plant in the world.
With the recent tidal wave of interest in growing edibles, it's no wonder that a bounty of new books on the subject has hit the shelves
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Top chefs cook up inspiration in the Edible Garden’s new outdoor kitchen
W. Atlee Burpee & Co. launches I Can Grow, a national program to support a new, popular interest in home vegetable gardening among younger and novice gardeners. 
Get three of Chef Jeanne Kelley’s favorite garden-fresh recipes: Garden Tomatoes with Herbed Goat Cheese and Griddled Bread; Italian Arugula Salad with Blood Oranges; and Kumquats and Watermelon Radishes.
Joseph Lenn, Blackberry Farm’s executive chef, shares his recipe for Wood Grilled Duck with Marinated Butter Beans and Baby Collard Greens.
In Fruiting Bodies, UK-based photographer Julia Claxton captures the beauty and mystery of common mushrooms.   
Let yourself go wild at this year’s 2015 San Francisco Flower & Garden Show! From 15 display gardens, specialty shops in the marketplace, designers on hand for tips, seminars, and a new urban homestead with hands-on cheese making , every type of gardener will have something to go wild about!
Related Topics: Visit | Edibles | flower show | Flowers | San Francisco
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