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Chef Ian Knauer Recipe - Green Beans with Greens
Chef Ian of the Farm Cooking School in Stockton New Jersey Prepares Green Beans with Green Goddness Herb Sauce.  Watch Video
Chef Ian Knauer Recipe - Fresh Summer Tomatoes with Pasta
 Chef Ian of the Farm Cooking School in Stockton New Jersey Prepares Fresh Summer Tomatoes with Pasta. Watch Video
Summer Squash, Cupcake Hybrid
Shaped like a cupcake with sweet flavor and soft skin. Watch Video
All About Blueberries
Every home gardener can grow delicious blueberries. Watch how easy it is.  Watch Video
Growing Coneflowers
See how easy it is to grow colorful Echinacea, commonly called Coneflowers.  Watch Video
Container Vegetables - Cucumbers
Grow cucumbers in containers on your deck, porch or patio!  Watch Video
Container Vegetables - Bush Beans
Grow bush beans in containers on our deck, porch or patio!  Watch Video
Container Vegetables - Broccoli & Cauliflower
Growing broccoli and cauliflower in containers is easy in early spring and again in the fall.  Watch Video
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  • "There are several crocus-like autumn flowers. Their bulbs must be planted by mid August to bloom in October. So order now.
    Autumn crocus, sternbergia, and colchicum flowers all resemble popular spring crocuses. Plant them in a sunny spot in well-drained soil.
    Because of their late-season bloom time, the foliage of these fall bloomers has an unusual schedule. Colchicum leaves emerge in the spring and die down in early summer long before the colchicum flower (leafless) appears in the fall. Sternbergia foliage appears with the bloom, lasts all winter and dies in the spring. The foliage of autumn crocus emerges well after the flowers and lasts into spring.
    Saffron, collected from the fall crocus (C. sativus),is the orange stigma of the plant."