The Homegrown Taste of Heirloom Vegetables

Brook Elliott shares informaton on why readers should choose the homegrown taste of heirloom vegetables for their garden.



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Right, Chioggia beets, first planted in the U.S. in the 1840s; above, Dragon's Tongue wax beans.KENT WHEALY/SEED SAVERS EXCHANGE
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