Collection by Heather Corcoran

Edible Urban Gardens Good Enough to Eat

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From NOLA to Cuba, discover five edible gardens created by urban dwellers who weren't afraid to get their hands dirty.

A glass enclosure (left) slides off the main structure in warmer months to open up the garden—which contains 1,600...
Growing Home has a green agenda as well.
Wakeland goes to work on the garden terraces where the couple grows much of their own food.
Farming Cuba: Oxen Working the Land Oxen replaced tractors in the Special Period, and remain common in Havana today.
Helen Rice watering the garden outside of her Charleston residence.
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