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I have several subversive plots!

October 24th, 2011 · 6 Comments

Several of them are in the front yard, one on the side yard, and eight in the back yard. What are these subversive plots!

Here are several of them in full summer glory…

Subversive Garden Plots
Subversive Garden Plots

And now…how to grow a revolution in your own yard!

Gardens….of course!

Check out the inspirational video and find out how you can help change the world of fresh food today!

About the video!

Roger Doiron is founding director of Kitchen Gardeners International, a network of people taking a hands-on approach to re-localizing the global food supply. Doiron is an advocate for new policies, technologies, investments, and fresh thinking about the role of gardens. His successful petition to replant a kitchen garden at the White House attracted broad international recognition. He is also a writer, photographer, and public speaker.

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6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 DrickNo Gravatar // Oct 24, 2011 at 8:34 pm

    thank goodness, I thought you were referring to destroying a cemetery… it is that time of year…

  • 2 Carol EgbertNo Gravatar // Oct 26, 2011 at 9:00 am

    I’ve been writing fiction and thought you might be too. Friends in Vermont are doing permaculture gardens, growing the usual squash and root veg but also branching out, literally with nut and fruit trees. Some are growing hearty kiwi fruit and one friend had her first harvest of Vermont rice.

    Nothing like home grown food>

  • 3 Cajun Chef RyanNo Gravatar // Oct 26, 2011 at 9:45 am

    Hi Carol,

    So nice to see you on the CCR blog today! I was hoping that the title would catch a few literary types, and I am so glad that you found it as well. I planted two plum trees two years ago, and put in two fig trees this year, so far no fruit yet, but my hopes are that next spring will be better. I want to add a few apple trees as well for my next “orchard”.

    Bon appétit!

  • 4 Cajun Chef RyanNo Gravatar // Oct 26, 2011 at 9:47 am

    Hey Drick,
    Very true! And I was not even thinking of the Halloween theme! However, I will be turning the big Five-0 on that day this year!

  • 5 raquelNo Gravatar // Oct 26, 2011 at 5:52 pm

    These is a great awakening for me …I will continue my garden to grow more vegetables and other herbal plants . Thanks for sharing this video

  • 6 Cucina49No Gravatar // Oct 26, 2011 at 6:59 pm

    Love the pun in the title–up in Alaska we can only dream of gardens that look that good this time of year.