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Get garden-to-table tips and inspiration for growing your own food and delicious recipes for using up your harvest, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell. Plus, find edible gardening advice and garden plans from our friends at Better Homes & Gardens.
 
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Food Gardening for Newbies

Essential gardening tools, designs and tips for growing your own vegetables, fruit and herbs.

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From garden to the table, get tips and inspiration for growing your own food and delicious recipes for using up your harvest, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell. We've also partnered with our friends at Better Homes & Gardens to bring you edible gardening advice and garden plans.
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Container Gardening Design Ideas That Won't Break Your Back

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All photos: AJ Ragasa (Glasswing)

Container Food Gardening

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DIY Desktop Herb Garden to Help You Chill Out at Work

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Photos: AJ Ragasa (Glasswing)

Fun Planter Ideas That Will Brighten Up Your Indoor Kitchen Garden

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With so many pretty kitchen planters out there, it can be difficult to home in on the best ones for your indoor garden.

Your Ultimate Guide to Growing Herbs Indoors

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How To Start a Vegetable Garden

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How To Start a Vegetable Garden

A Grow-Your-Own-Salsa Container Garden Plan

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Salsa: it's one of America's favorite condiments! If you love to slather this spicy red sauce on tacos, enchiladas, raw veggies and chips, then you'll love growing all the ingredients yourself in a backyard salsa container garden. All you need are a few pots, potting soil, plants, sunshine and occasional watering.

Foods That You Can Grow Indoors

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When outdoor garden space is limited, or the weather outside is too cold, your windowsill can serve as a small-space garden for certain edible plants, such as leafy greens and herbs.

Preserving Fresh Herbs

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Many of us are lucky to live in a place where fresh herbs are plentiful pretty much year-round.

Vegetables You Can Eat from Root to Stem

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The average American household wastes about $2,000 worth of food a year. Fighting food waste sounds smart, right? What it doesn't sound: delicious.