West 104th Street Garden

November 1, 2008

Edible Landscaping – November 2008

Filed under: News — by west104garden @ 9:38 am
FYI — I don’tthink any of us grow potatoes, but perhaps leeks? Buy the potatoes for recipe?

And there are some composting tips, too. LM
This month in Edible Landscaping:

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Composting 101

It’s fall and at this time of year my mind automatically turns to compost. Okay, it’s not the most glamorous gardening topic in the world, but it’s an ess

ential one. Adding compost to garden soil improves soil health by providing … more »

Edible of the Month: Potato

The common, white-fleshed, “Irish” potato has a reputation for being inexpensive, plain, and boring, so why bother growing potatoes? Well, there’s more to potatoes than meets the eye … more »

Mr. President, Eat the View:
An interview with Roger Doiron

It’s an election year and there are many hot topics on people’s minds. With the economy tanking, fuel prices high, food prices soaring, and concerns about global warming, health care, social security, and education ever present, many people feel … more »

Leek, Celeriac, and Potato Soup

Leeks are easy to grow, but they do require a long growing season. Fortunately, you can harvest them into late fall and some varieties actually taste better once they’ve been nipped by frost. Most leek and potato soups look bland, but my version … more »


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