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Still Growing...
 
 
 
(Jennifer Ebeling)
 
 
 

Feb 10, 2017

Megan Cain never touched a vegetable plant until the summer she turned 26.  Today, Megan shows people how to successfully grow their own food and get the most from their vegetable gardens. Megan trains gardeners through her business, The Creative Vegetable Gardener, and is the author of several books including the book we dive into today: Super Easy Food Preserving.  Her brand new gorgeous book, the Smart Start Garden Planner, offers a fresh and simple approach to planning your garden.  Megan’s super power is helping gardeners create a clear plan for the upcoming garden season so that you get the most from your garden.

 

Website:

The Creative Vegetable Gardener

Club Waiting List

Learning Center

Garlic Scape Pesto

 

Facebook:

Still Growing Facebook Group

 

The Still Growing Facebook Group Welcomes These New Members to the Listener Community:

Debbie Forgue Murai

Marcia Chapman

Denise Suhajda

Jill McCreedy Beringer

Kevin Narizny

Maggie Braun

Joe Rizzi

Jill Turetsky Malinger

Randy Herrington

Kris Chiappa

Mike Sullivan

Kathy Lajoie Hasenjaeger

Deb Johnson

Christine Colley

Danielle Smith Ernest

Steve Rupert

Karen Tandy

Vicki Van Blaricum

Lisa Rodberg

 

Winners of the The New York Times Best Selling Book Straw Bale Gardens by Joel Karsten:

Amy Fairbanks Von Achen

Kelli Armstrong-Smith

Bob Lutz

Barb O’Brien

Rachel Diederich

Kathy Brown

 

Resources:

Celery Root Puree - How to Make Celeriac Puree By Food Wishes

Growing Agrihoods: The Next Frontier in Urban Revitalization

Plants to Dye For

NYC Flower Market: 5 Floral Arrangements for $200

Trend Alert: Designer John Derian’s Faded Flowers

The Nature of Ginseng

Lots of corpse flowers bloomed in 2016 and nobody knows why

Forested area in the United States

Heirloom Carrot Varieties

Study: African Farmers Have A Surprise Economic Weapon — Trees

Compact Farms

Dormant Orchids Need Fungi to Rise Again

It’s The Little Things by Susanna Salk

The Gardens at Gravetye Manor

The Local Food Movement Is Flourishing And Shows No Signs Of Stopping

Winter: The Hottest Thing in Farming

Find the Best Spots for Houseplants In Your Home With the "Shadow Trick"

How Many Different Varieties Should You Plant?