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Who:

A Way to Grow.com by Margaret Roach, expert gardener, garden writer and former writer for Martha Stewart’s publications.

What:

A website CHOCKED full of gardening goodies for the amateur to the expert gardener

Where:

A Way to Garden.com
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Margaret Roach

Margaret Roach, the dynamo behind A Way to Garden.

 

You might be wondering why we are shouting out about a gardening site at the beginning of September. Unless you have harvested everything from your veggie garden and fruit trees; finished your preserving and canning, put your gardens to bed for the winter AND started dreaming about next year’s garden, you will still want to visit this wonderful site by former Martha Stewart garden writer, Margaret Roach.

Margaret is a delight. Her writing is personal, beautiful and you can get lost in her words. You will start with one post and immediately crave more of her, so be prepared to spend some time here.

Here is what you can enjoy from A Way to Garden:

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Plants

From when to plant and what to grow in veggies, bulbs, houseplants, fruit. But that’s not all. She even has an article or two on how to decipher botanical Latin…

Understanding your plants names by deciphering basic botanical Latin might just give you an insight to the plants themselves.

Understanding your plants names by deciphering basic botanical Latin might just give you an insight to the plants themselves.

Recipes

Yes, there are tons of yummy recipes here, but make note of her Freezing and Canning posts or, what to do with your garden produce!.

Herb roasted tomatoes to freeze - plus a workshop with Alana Chernila

Herb roasted tomatoes to freeze – plus a workshop with Alana Chernila

 

How To’s

This section covers everything from weeding, composting, pruning and a section for beginners. There is even an article on Seed Libraries, something that has become quite a hot topic in the world of gardening.

Seed libraries are something worth knowing about

Seed libraries are something worth knowing about

 

RADIO

Yes, Margaret has a weekly radio show that you can tune into here. She has been broadcasting for a while, so you might want to open the channel and listen to a bunch of shows while you are doing your daily work. You will enjoy.

 

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