New Look for ASA!

I personally would like to welcome you to the new ASA website! Lots of new changes coming to the ASA gardens this year. Along with

March 28, 2014 Latest News
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Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprout plants take up a fair amount of space, but the reward is a bountiful harvest of tasty sprouts. The sprouts, which look like

February 15, 2014 Brussels Sprouts, Crop Specific
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Cabbage thrives in cool weather. In most areas, you can plant an early crop for fresh eating and a late crop—usually the more problem free

February 15, 2014 Cabbage, Crop Specific
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Potatoes: A Growing Guide

Growing potatoes is fun as well as practical, thanks to the development of disease-resistant varieties and varieties in a range of colors, shapes, and sizes.

February 15, 2014 Crop Specific, Potatoes

The Greenhouse Project

The American Seed Alliance has given away easily over 2 million seeds to those in need. We have shared produce with 100's of people who

October 18, 2013 Featured
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Living Well Without a Job and With (Almost) No Money

Do you remember the story of Diogenes, the ancient Athenian crackpot? He was the one who gave away all his possessions because “People don’t own

June 12, 2013 Featured
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Grow $700 of Food in 100 Square Feet!

In 2007, I began to get lots of questions about growing food to help save money. Then, while working on my new book, Edible Landscaping,

June 12, 2013 Featured
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Asparagus, Mary Washington HEIRLOOM. Light cuttings in 2 years; regular cuttings thereafter. Asparaguses are perennial vegetables, so you just plant them once and enjoy season

June 11, 2013 Seeds
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