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Film, Video Barbara Damrosch

About this Item


  • Barbara Damrosch

Event Date

  • October 04, 2003


  • -  Barabara Damrosch is a garden writer and market gardener. She is the author of several books including "The Garden Primer" and "Theme Gardens." She was the co-host of the series Gardening Naturally on the Learning Channel and presently writes a weekly column titled "A Cook's Garden" in the Home & Garden section of The Washington Post. She is a consultant for John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds in Bantam, Conn. Damrosch lives and farms in Maine.

Running Time

  • 40 minutes 30 seconds

Online Format

  • video
  • image

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