Ashley Dungan

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30 Books That Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lives

The greatest books are defined as classics for a reason. Written by the greatest literary minds of their time, they have universal themes, …

9 Gardening Gadgets + Apps to Save Your Plants

So long, snow! It’s time to start our spring gardens. Lucky for us, we can give our green thumbs a whole lot of help with these garden apps and gadgets. Whether you’re looking to identify a specific variety, or just want to keep yourself on a watering schedule, we’ve got something for you. Grab …

The Urban Homestead

On just a tenth of an acre, the Dervaes family grow all their food in their urban garden in Los Angeles.<p>The Dervaes, father Jules and his three …

Early Spring Garden Chores

Early Spring Garden Chores<p>Annette Ipsan <br>Frederick County Master Gardener Program<p>All of us are anxious to see bulbs sprouting, buds unfurling and …

10 Edible Garden Plants Anyone Can Grow

I had given up and admitted defeat. Gardening, I assumed, just wasn't for me. Plants either withered, were destroyed by bugs, or devoured by deer. …

How to Grow an Indoor Kitchen Garden (Starting with Microgreens)

<i>Elizabeth Millard wrote the book on indoor kitchen gardening (literally), and today is sharing her tips for growing microgreens, which are easy to maintain (and delicious).</i><p>Have you found yourself wishing for a bountiful indoor garden that grows vegetables, fruits, and the occasional herb for all …

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Lynda Barry: The 20 Stages Of Reading

If there are stages of grief and steps to recovery, isn’t the act of reading a complicated, evolving thing over time? Cartoonist Lynda Barry, one of scores of writers at the National Book Festival on Sept. 21-22, certainly thinks so.<p>Read more on The Washington Post