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The Kitchen Gardening Guide

Last Updated October 20, 2016
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how to grow baby lettuce in your kitchen garden
How to grow baby lettuce in your kitchen garden. Photo courtesy of Botanical Interests.

We've partnered with Botanical Interests to create this guide to starting a kitchen garden.

There are many benefits to starting a kitchen garden. You get healthful, fresh greens regardless of the climate. You can grow as much or as little as you need. And if you have children, it's a fun way to introduce them to gardening and thinking about where our food is sourced. We've partnered with Botanical Interests to create this guide to starting a kitchen garden. Their line of organic seeds for microgreens, baby greens, and sprouts are ideal for a project like this.

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