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Season 35 of The Victory Garden, premieres March 22, 2014. Hosted by Amy Devers, Victory Garden's edibleFEAST is a fresh take on the long-running PBS series, The Victory Garden. Award winning film maker Daniel Klein takes viewers on an adventure that showcases the best in sustainable eating, alongside classic Victory Garden segments with Roger Swain in the garden and Marian Morash in the kitchen.
Victory Garden's edibleFEAST Season 36 is a is a re-launch of the classic PBS series combined with the deep local knowledge of Edible Magazines. From Minnesota to Memphis, New York to New Orleans, we'll learn about everything from crab trapping and grass fed dairy to fermentation and rooftop farms. In each episode you'll experience stories, gardening tips and recipes from America's food heroes.
Explore an incredible collection of cycads in Los Angeles with host Jamie Durie; watch the Stone Guys heat up the garden with a firepit and outdoor wood-burning oven; cultivate a vibrant garden with correspondent Paul Epsom's tips on hot color combos for the garden; and discover the many varieties of eggplant with chef Michel Nischan.
Explore a private garden in Beverly Hills with host Jamie Durie and see some fantastic pool-side landscaping; grow a garden that incorporates cook colors into perennial borders; pick the best plants for winter interest with gardening correspondent Paul Epson's favorites; and refresh your day with an appetizing recipe for a cool soup demonstrated by chef Michel Nischan.
Meet Milwaukee's Gretchen Mead and discover her Victory Garden Initiative, a program in which volunteers create raised bed gardens throughout the city to promote food growth in urban spaces. Host Kyle Cherek helps build gardens and meets the lucky folks receiving them. We catch up with Gretchen four months later to see the progress at the Victory Garden's own urban farm, Concordia Gardens.
Explore the Water Conservation Garden and learn about xeriscaping -- water-wise gardening; join gardening correspondent Paul Epsom at Longwood Gardens to learn about water features and elements that can add to any garden; and grow your own tea garden with Kip Anderson.
Plant your own water-wise garden with tips from host Jamie Durie; learn to create a dry-laid garden wall; grow a fire-wise garden; and eat healthy with chef Michel Nischan who demonstrates how to make a Native-American style "Three Sisters" salad.
Find the best climbing plants with garden correspondent Paul Epsom; create a vertical element in your garden with a bougainvillea espalier, inspired by The Getty Museum's Art collection; and stir up some tasty concoctions when Michel Nischan shows you how fresh juice can brighten any recipe.
Wisconsin veterans and volunteers share how, even at home, they fought to reclaim freedom through scrap metal drives, bonds and victory gardens. Families who lost loved ones preserve stories for generations to come so the sacrifice will never be forgotten.
Chicago Sun-Times theater critic Hedy Weiss calls the world premiere of "The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity" at Victory Gardens Theater "big, brash and brilliantly written." She joins us with her review of that show, as well as reviews of two others.