The trend in restaurants is fresh, fresh, fresh. The smaller the restaurant, the easier it is to find or grow fresh food.
Water tested from garden hoses contained three to nine times the safe levels of the toxic chemical BPA.
Salad using lettuce from Michelle Obama’s garden could be served up in just a few weeks.
Patios, kitchens, flowers and much more. It’s all part of the 33rd annual Maryland Home and Garden show.
Growing healthy kids by growing healthy food. First Lady Michelle Obama’s White House garden is doing just that.
More than 400 fruits and vegetables grown at a Frederick County middle school are being donated to a local food bank.
When he’s not up to his ears in work as the managing partner of Kramer & Connolly, you can often find Irwin R. Kramer out back, up to his ears in peppers, tomatoes, squash and herbs behind the four-lawyer firm’s historic Main Street office in Reisterstown.
It’s one of Baltimore’s most anticipated springtime events, and it happens on Saturday.
Every week for the last two months, McDaniel College students have been teaming up with Carroll County master gardeners and neighbors near Westminster’s King Park to help transform an eyesore in the park into a thriving wetland.
When chef Jim Hughes tells patrons at his Restaurant 213 that the vegetables and fruits on his menu are fresh, he really does mean fresh. Just outside his restaurant door is his garden, a 10- by 100-foot strip of fruits and vegetables grown in a raised bed next to asphalt and concrete.
Debra Hurley, 41, founded the Little Garden of Eden off Bowmans Farm Road in Frederick as a way to encourage sensible eating and personal growth in members of On Our Own, a statewide support group for people with psychiatric illness.