Think of a Tuscan courtyard - gravel patio, rustic furniture and all around the edges, mossy pots and healthy plantings of Italian herbs and vegetables. Come and get this sense of Tuscany from the many Italian herbs and vegetables that you can grow from seeds or transplants. They range from flat-leaf Italian parsley to compact bushes of Italian Roma tomatoes, from heirloom squash called Marina di Chioggia to Black Tuscan kale. The possibilities of feasts under the Tuscan sun are nearly endless. Bowood's Ellen Barredo and Kathie Hoyer show you how to grow your own Italian garden.
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4605 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63108