Retired ARS Staff Scientists
This publication is intended for country-wide distribution. Any Heirloom / Open Pollinated Vegetable Gardener using it also needs local information, especially on the earliest and latest safe planting dates for vegetables and any special garden practices and varieties that are best for his location. Heirloom / Open Pollinated Vegetable Gardeners may get local information and advice from their State Extension Office and County Extension agents.
Preparing the soil
Choosing your Garden Tools
Arranging the Garden
Starting your Garden Plants
Planting your Vegetable Garden
Caring for your Heirloom Garden
Growing specific Vegetables in your Garden
Organic Heirloom Vegetable Gardening
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