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Articles from Sunset (April 1, 2011)

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3 nurseries we're amped about. Directory 292
A peek inside ... Gardening at night? 111
April: what to do in Northern California. 1232
Ask garden girl: sunset's Johanna Silver unveils her secret superpower: answering your burning botanical questions. Silver, Johanna Interview 551
Color revival: in Seattle, gloomy days and space constraints spark vibrant changes for a family who know how to recycle with style. Chamberlain, Jess 681
Easy as, well, pie: these savory pies and quiches actually save you time--with store-bought dough. Dean, Stephanie Recipe 607
Fast & fresh recipes from our kitchen and yours, in 30 minutes or less. Recipe 897
Ground breakers 7 knockout garden trends for 2011. Brenzel, Kathleen N. 610
Grow an edible plot in pots: they're pretty enough to take center stage. Chai, Julie Book review 128
Growing fever. Tamony, Katie 294
Half Moon Bay. Brenzel, Kathleen N. 677
Herbal teas to ... Plant now. Snip, steep and enjoy this summer. Silver, Johanna 472
Hot pots: think of a container as the gorgeous frame to show off your plant--here are our picks from western designers. 509
Inspiration from our pages and sunset.com. Letter to the editor 185
New life of pie: for years, pie has played plain Jane to cupcake's Cinderella story. Now, it's shaking off its sleepy image with crazy flavors and innovations. Here's where it's happening. Brief article 144
Our favorite heirloom to plant now: it's gorgeous, easy to grow, and even easier to eat. If you go with one crop this year, make it ... 402
Park Rx. 236
Rethink your greens: go beyond the usual, and cook with garden-fresh pea shoots, fava greens, and lettuce. Johnson, Elaine 1652
Secret deals: how to get a-list wines for bargain prices. Schneider, Sara 416
Sunset readers are talking. Letter to the editor 337
Super fresh: elegant new twists on our favorite dinner salads. True, Margo Recipe 930
Table for 2, away from the chicken coop, please: 6 places to get the farmiest, freshest meals. Directory 746
The American River minus the paddles. Brief article 197
The gift of abundance: a great gardener taught author Antonya Nelson this lesson: joy can grow in unlikely places. Nelson, Antonya 892
The global garden: with many immigrants living--and growing food--in the West, unexpected vegetables are being sold at farmers' markets. Good-bye, peas and carrots. Hello, chilacayote. Silver, Johanna 880
The hidden side of cities: the next time you're looking for an arts escape, or a good burger, why not try a park? They're the new urban hangout. 857
The hot 25: these new plants are destined to be garden celebrities. Cohoon, Sharon 848
The king of edibles: insiders know that Jimmy Williams grows the best organic seedlings in L.A. Now, the New York fashion designer turned SoCal edibles grower wants everyone to raise their own food. And he's coauthored a book to show you how. Williams, Jimmy Interview 475
What's in season? Rose petals. Dean, Stephanie Recipe 369
White-linen farm: real silverware and cloth napkins are showing up on farms as more chefs move to the country to grow what they cook--as at B.C.'S Stone Soup Inn. Levin, Rechel 1447

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