In August the weeds may have slowed down a bit and we’ve moved forward in time when the sun isn’t quite as hot, and there can be a lot of produce ripening. Have you been wondering what you can do with excess crops from your garden? You missed National “sneak some zucchini into your neighbors […]
Janet Kolodner, a mentor with the Jewish Volunteer Gardening Brigade, has been growing vegetables on and off since 1980. She developed her green thumb as she helped her father plant his backyard gardens when she was growing up in the 1960’s. He planted tomatoes, beets, cucumbers, carrots, peppers, and mint. Her mother made borscht from […]
Gardener and historian Malka Benjamin tells us how she uses 17th century techniques in her 20th century garden.