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Rosemary Care Indoors

rosemary topiary
Back to Home and Garden Information Center Home Page Rosemary topiaries shaped like a Christmas tree are great gifts to give and receive. If you are the lucky recipient, you should know a few things about how to care for rosemary indoors. First of all, rosemary is tricky to grow inside. A rosemary...

Featured Plants - Cardoon

Cardoon - Photo by Bob Orazi
Cynara cardunculus Some cooks describe cardoon as celery with armor. The edible portion of this artichoke family member is the leaf stalk rather than the flower bud. The bright, silver-grey leaf stalks taste like artichokes and are popular in Mediterranean recipes for soups, pastas, or bagna cauda...

Food Gardening 101

Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 - 11:00am to 1:00pm
Home and Garden Information Center
How to start growing your own food This basic food gardening class is for the beginner. Please register by calling 410 531-5556 and.......
beets, carrots, Japanese radish
Ready, set, GROW! Grow It Eat It will focus on root crops for the 2013 gardening season. Of course, Maryland Master Gardeners will also teach basic food gardening skills in the classes they teach...
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