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The Heirloom Gardener has about 13 feature-length articles per issue on topics covering all aspects of vegetable varieties and history, organic cultivation, antique flowers, marketing specialty produce, seed saving, gene-altered foods, exotic seed collecting trips, traditional uses for plants, and growing and historical facts about ethnic varieties.
The $15.00 subscription is a one year US subscription. Over 100 pages, Printed on high quality Paper. You won't want to miss a single issue of lavish photos and articles tailored to the heirloom food enthusiast!
88.9% would recommend this item to a friend.
5 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Wonderful articles, great info
What are the cons? No link to sources and dates
I love these articles, and the photos are superb.
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6 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Pictures are the best
What are the cons? None
I love this magazine. Wonderful pictures and interesting articles. I always renew and have never been unhappy with any issue. Great stuff
4 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Wonderful recipes and fascinat
What are the cons? A source guide would be helpfu
My daughter gave me a subscription for Christmas. We all love the recipes--all have been superb. I've found the articles ob various veges and fruits fascinatin,photography extremely good. I was thinking about renewing my subscription,but will probably buy from our local bookstore-support local business! I am anxiously awaiting the winter edition.
18 out of 21 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Interesting articles
What are the cons? No where to buy info
I've learned really interesting things that I don't see anywhere else. What is a surprise is that many of the varieties are not from Baker Creek and so this magazine is NOT just a marketing tool for the company! That being said, there isn't any information on where to get the items featured. For example, there was a fascinating article on Red-fleshed apples and I decided I really wanted to buy a tree, but had to scour the internet before I found a grower and then had to research a lot more to discover they won't do well in Utah. I would really like a resource/buying section at the end of the magazine.
30 out of 43 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? love the magazine
What are the cons? impossible to order on line
Love this magazine----in fact so much that I wanted to order a subscription for myself and two friends. After spending about 45 min attempting to do this through your website, I've decided to order the good old fashioned way---through the US mail ! I couldn't edit my order and there didn't seem to be any way to submit gift subscription addresses---too time consuming and really not at all efficient.