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The latest post on Mar Vista Patch is here just in time for your holiday meal plans. Check out some great recipe ideas with farm-fresh ingredients:
This week Mar Vista’s Bounty Hunter found apricots and fava beans to delight customers at the Mar Vista Farmer’s Market. Find out what you can do with both of these in your kitchen:
I’m generally not a big fan of New Year’s Resolutions, but rather like to make “gentle intentions” instead. It just feels kinder and gentler, and less likely to fail. This
year, however, I’m feeling a little more assertive, at least where the garden is concerned. So without further adieu, here are a few New Year’s Resolutions for the garden in 2011:
This being the beginning of the holiday season, and the first day of Hanukkah, it felt only fitting to unveil the all-new 2011 Spring/Summer Organic Seed Collection from the
Gardenerd Store. Read about the great choices for your spring garden (makes a great gift or stocking stuffer!) and see why we chose them for your garden.
Who needs gold coins when you can have gardener’s gold like this instead:
courtesy of Seeds …
courtesy of Seeds …