Digging Deeper: I Plant, Therefore I Am– Stories from a Connecticut Kitchen Garden | Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies | Lectures & Talks, Food & Wine, Outdoors & Recreation | Chronogram Magazine
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Digging Deeper: I Plant, Therefore I Am– Stories from a Connecticut Kitchen Garden

When: Sat., March 24, 2 p.m. 2018
Phone: (888) 842-2442
Email: opendays@gardenconservancy.org
Price: $35
www.gardenconservancy.org/open-days/open-days-schedule/digging-deeper-i-plant-therefore-i-am-stories-from-a-connecticut-kitchen-garden
At her private “Ho Hum Hollow Farm,” Pamela Page maintains a 10,000 square foot kitchen garden where she grows almost 200 different kinds of fruits and vegetables, everything from the usual farmer’s market produce to rare or heirloom varieties such as Chinese watermelon radish, purple carrots, multi-colored cucumbers, white beets, and black tomatoes. In more than 300 images, Pamela takes us through the evolution of her kitchen garden, from early inspirations to the challenges and rewards of growing your own. Co-sponsored by The Garden Conservancy’s Open Days Program, the Cary Institute, and Innisfree Garden.

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