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By Christopher Cadelago | June 29, 2009
Given the country’s ripening propensity to grow fresh, local, organic produce — edible gardens have sprung up at the White House, state Capitol and in Glendale along Monterey Road — Janet Burton surveyed her 20-by-45-foot space and smiled. Behind her cozy, two-bedroom cottage on Las Palmas Avenue, corn stalks shoot over a wooden fence, and tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, eggplant, turnips, eggplant and butternut squash are among the vegetables tended to by a rotating cluster of neighbors.
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By Christopher Cadelago | June 29, 2009
Given the country’s ripening propensity to grow fresh, local, organic produce — edible gardens have sprung up at the White House, state Capitol and in Glendale along Monterey Road — Janet Burton surveyed her 20-by-45-foot space and smiled. Behind her cozy, two-bedroom cottage on Las Palmas Avenue, corn stalks shoot over a wooden fence, and tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, eggplant, turnips, eggplant and butternut squash are among the vegetables tended to by a rotating cluster of neighbors.
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