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New Heirloom Gardening Magazine

  • Subject: [cg] New Heirloom Gardening Magazine
  • From: Sharon Gordon gordonse@one.net
  • Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 12:06:04 -0500
  • Importance: Normal

Baker Creek Heirloom seed people are putting out a new magazine called
The Heirloom Gardener.  People who have seen the first issue are impressed.
Looks like it could be a big help to community gardeners who are saving
heirloom family or unusual ethnic items. Topics being covered are:

Learn the art of seed saving.
How to grow produce the heirloom way.
The history of heirlooms.
Learn about seed collecting trips.
Profiles of Americas best gardeners & growers.
How to market your produce like the experts.
The latest news on Frankenfood and saving safe food.
It covers Vegetables, Flowers, Fruit & Herbs.
Find the sources for all your gardening needs.
Learn about upcoming shows and festivals.
Learn how to make old-time foods and crafts.
And more in the "Heirloom Gardener" magazine.

This 52 page magazine will be published quarterly, Spring, Summer, Fall &

Info at


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