A Modern Garden With Grandma's SeedsKate Murphy
Dissatisfied with produce that is rough and ready rather than tender and tasty, more backyard gardeners are getting to the root of the matter by planting heirlooms. These fruit and vegetable varieties, usually 50 years old or more, owe their existence to families who passed prized seeds down through the generations, like so many tintype photos.
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