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Across the lane from Napa Valley's French Laundry restaurant lies a 3-acre farm that produces many of the fresh vegetables that have helped give

As a gardener who looks forward each year to eating my homegrown tomatoes, I have been bitterly disappointed when squirrels and other small animals

With the world's largest collection of living plants, and its scientists working around the globe to preserve biodiversity, the Kew Royal Botanic Gardens in

A little lavender goes a long way in the kitchen. But use too much and that floral essence you love from one of the

I am not a licorice-lover -- far from it -- but I have become fanatic about the anise-scented fennel. The first hint came when I

To a certain extent, all gardens are "unnatural." We take a plot of land and bend it to our will, whether that is growing