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Column | Finding Joy in the Garden

Denise Holmes' Koi Pond.

The Homestead Series is a series of programs offered by the Banks Public Library which focus on teaching skills to increase self-sufficiency, create connection within our community, and also to explore some fun new things to do. Today we will take a peek into the gardens of the library staff and find out what is bringing them joy in the spring garden.

This column was originally created for patrons of the Banks Public Library and has been republished here with permission.

Susan is finding joy in her vegetable garden "jungle."

I call the dish in this picture (below) “Garden Fried Rice.” I made it with green onions, Swiss chard, and radishes from the garden. Along with . . .

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