Feed A Family

In a cookie-cutter Cleveland, Ohio, suburb back in the 1960s, Ruth Hrubo was gardening on a small plot and growing spaghetti squash among the yews of her front-foundation plantings. For a while, the young squash plants hugged the perimeter of the house. However, as the normal tendency to “vine” took over, these big-leaved monsters spread onto the walkway by the front door. Her three teenage daughters were appalled. “What will the neighbors think?” As it turns out, Hrubo was a …

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One comment on “Feed A Family

  1. Carol Trachtenbwerg on said:

    Wonderful article. Starting to do over my back garden and I like your ideas. Thank you. Carol

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