Freezing fresh vegetables from the garden Advice on canyon farming from l.A.’s vegetable whisperer

Freezing fresh vegetables from the garden The fit to be eaten lawn is a thing of beauty. It's non-public , and like making a song a music, there is no one right technique to do it. Lauri Kranz is unquestionably getting it right. She's been hailed as the vegetable whisperer of Los Angeles, creating entrancing & effective edible havens.

"I consider in wildness," she says. Rules on the backs of seed packets dictate the right way to develop the vegetables, but how you place the whole lot in combination is a wholly creative endeavor. Project at a GlanceWhat: Raised vegetable beds and a garden area Location: Bel Air group of Los Angeles Size: 448 square ft (the garden home is 28 feet long and 16 ft huge) See how a screened lawn space and raised beds lend a hand an fit to be eaten garden in a Los Angeles canyon thrive.

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