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My Ohio: Kitchen-table Gardening

Seed catalogs inspire dreams of fresh-from-the-backyard bounty.

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My Ohio: Lessons in Short Order

Money for college was just one of the rewards of working the grill at a lakeside diner.

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Ohio in Photographs

Photographers Ian Adams and Randall Lee Schieber offer a fresh look at the history, energy and geographic diversity of the place we call home.

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Backyard Garden Guide

Want fresh vegetables but daunted by the idea of all that planting, weeding and watering? Here’s when to start, what to grow and how to succeed in producing a bounty of food.

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Ohio Amish Country Flea Markets

From home decor and gifts to antiques and crafts, these sprawling flea markets are great places to explore.

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We Say Tomato

It’s our official state fruit for good reason: Tomatoes are fun to grow, contribute to our economy and foster community camaraderie.

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Harvesting Hope

Jazmyn Benjamin teaches kids in Columbus’ Hilltop neighborhood how to grow fruits and vegetables. On a nearly half-acre parcel of land, she’s helping shape their family mealtimes and their futures.

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Live Well: June 2015

Working outside in your yard can have real health benefits.

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Live Well: March 2015

Here are five ways to incorporate more exercise into your daily routine.

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Best Hometowns: Grove City

This growing Columbus suburb embraces places and moments from its past as it invests in the future.

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Best Hometown Road Trips: 2016–2017

Travel this summer to see what makes this year’s Best Hometown honorees great places to visit, too.

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Summer Herb Garden Ideas

Ohio experts share how to cultivate and use six interesting varieties.

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Berry Bonanza

Red and black raspberries grow in abundance in Ohio. Pick your own, then try our delicious raspberry recipes.

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Fine Spines

Bill Hendricks’ greenhouse includes more than 4,000 plant species that look a bit out of place in Ohio.

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Rooted in Love

Ginseng has been used in potions for centuries. Today, the mysterious plant, which is native to Ohio, remains a hot commodity.

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Herbal Delights

Author Debra Knapke shares expert gardening tips in Gahanna.

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Enchanted Garden

A German Village landscape is an oasis of year-round beauty.

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Plant-Shopping Road Trip

Between Columbus and Cleveland are five garden centers offering unique herbs, annuals and perennials.

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Acres of Hope

A Granville gardener shares the promise of daffodils with others.

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Mission Accomplished

A stunning garden in Zanesville is fostering a community-wide interest in preserving green spaces.

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