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The Garden's Tiny Culinary Transformations
The New Yorker
The only way to have a sufficiency of cherries is to take out a bank loan and buy them; they're not what town gardens were invented for. But what we can grow, we owners of yards and balconies, is tiny bursts of flavor, which will enhance everything ...

Garden Club Buffalo worth the trip
Today, the 23rd annual Garden Walk Buffalo begins and continues through Sunday. It is a must-see for any gardener. More than 65,000 people from all over the United States and Canada are expected to attend. But I am surprised at how many Erie gardeners ...

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Do our gardens really help the monarch butterfly?
The brutish common milkweed, not a choice garden plant, is setting its strange pods now that its muddy pink blooms are waning, but other milkweeds are still flowering, and in a prettier way. The vivid orange clusters of butterfly weed are lingering in ...

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