Creative Food Grower Featured in MSL (Martha Stewart Living Magazine) Review

In today’s post discover a creative food grower who is featured in MSL (Martha Stewart Living).  I hope you enjoy the images and this magazine review. Creative Food Grower Featured in MSL (Martha Stewart Living Magazine) Review

Creative Food Growers

Martha Stewart Living : Vegetable Gardener HighlightFinding information about growing food in home gardens isn’t a challenge this season with the subject’s popularity on the rise of the social networks as well as printed publications.  While waiting in line at the local garden center this afternoon where I was picking up a last minute seed impulse buy, the latest copy of Martha Stewart Living featuring my favorite color theme on the front cover caught my eye.

Review

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The Publication

Just Picked
Photos by Peden + Munk. Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. Copyright © 2014.
 Next stop will be to the greenhouse to find my own gorgeous striped Calliope eggplant that is featured in the layout. Frances highlights the importance of watering and structures to grow the vegetable plants property in this article.
Why Raised Beds
Photos by Peden + Munk. Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. Copyright © 2014.

I love the look of the rustic raised beds filled with dahlias as well as squash by gardener Frances.  I never thought of adding a bee favorite plant like the dahlia to my raised beds. The article shares many facts about the benefits of growing flowers with vegetables.

Photos by Peden + Munk. Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. Copyright © 2014.
Photos by Peden + Munk. Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. Copyright © 2014.

When constructing raised beds for your garden be sure the beds are not too big.  The beds should be easy to access without having to climb into the bed. This may compact the soil.  I love the bamboo used in the garden featured in the image above and I’m sure to add this to my next lumber store purchase.

Photos by Peden + Munk. Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. Copyright © 2014.
Photos by Peden + Munk. Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. Copyright © 2014.

Did you notice the Nasturtium leaves under the display of cheese in the image above? Frances Palmer and I have so much in common and I’m seriously inspired to grow more vegetable varieties using different techniques after reading this article. I highly recommend this publication.

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Happy Reading,

5 thoughts on “Creative Food Grower Featured in MSL (Martha Stewart Living Magazine) Review”

    • My first garden book was by Martha too : I found it at a garage sale and had no idea who she was in the early 90’s. Thank you for stopping by Lauren.

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    • I actually found the poles …. they had them in a display at Walmart. My local garden center doesn’t carry supplies like that unfortunately but I keep asking them to so maybe someday. Thank you for stopping by Tom!

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