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Planting a Rose Garden

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Martha in her East Hampton rose garden Planting a rose garden is by no means an easy task. Roses are like all things beautiful – they require lots [&hellip…

Putting a Healthy Spin on Baking Day

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If you’re an avid cook like me, I’m sure you’ve noticed the increasing number of cookbooks available which encourage us to cook with locally grown vegetables. With the growing number [&hellip…

"Homegrown" turns 5!

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“Homegrown,” our twice-weekly gardening program, is a much beloved staple on Martha Stewart Living Radio. But it shocked us all when we were reminded that this week marked [&hellip…

Homegrown: Thanksgiving Floral Arrangements

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On Thursday’s Homegrown, we were honored with a guest: Nancy Burton, owner of In The Garden in Highlands, New Jersey (her shop was named In The Garden well [&hellip…

Take a Tour of Edible Schoolyard New Orleans

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New Orleans had a lot of rebuilding to do after Hurricane Katrina, literally and spiritually. The Edible Schoolyard at Samuel J. Green Charter School shines as an example [&hellip…

Share your garden horror stories with Homegrown

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Halloween is around the corner, and to celebrate, next Thursday’s Homegrown is going to be devoted to your tales of horticultural horror. They don’t need to involve ghosts, [&hellip…

Homegrown Digest: Week of October 4, 2010

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We’re talking peonies all week, because guess what? Fall is the time to plant them! Somehow, their need to be planted in autumn is overshadowed by all spring [&hellip…

Homegrown Digest: Week of September 27, 2010

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No one wants to think about spring when we’re just starting out a glorious autumn, but it is time to plant spring bulbs so we’re dedicating this week [&hellip…