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How to “Baby” Your Garden

magine growing tomatoes slightly bigger than peas, or heads of lettuce smaller than baseballs! Baby vegetables are popular right now. Often the entire plant is dwarfed, making it ideal where growing space is limited. Since most mature more quickly than standard-sized veggies, they’re

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