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Most of us dream of living a garden-based life filled with beauty, flavor, and nourishment. Stefani Bittner and Alethea Harampolis, owners of Homestead Design Collective, a San Francisco Bay Area landscape design firm, provide their clients with just that. Now in Harvest, their newly released book from Ten Speed Press, these creative garden visionaries share their ideas and growing expertise with the rest of us.

For the most ardent gardener, the line between indoors and out has always been a porous one. We snip flowers for the windowsill and scatter bouquets on every horizontal surface in the house. We harvest tender baby greens, sweet garden peas, and (sometimes obsessively) tend our tomatoes. We believe there’s never enough thyme in the garden. Even the soil embedded under our nails or tramped into the kitchen signals our passion for reaping the rewards of tending a patch of dirt no matter how large or small.

Harvest takes readers through the year and around the garden exploring the “surprising usefulness of petals, leaves, roots, seeds and fruits.” Forty-seven aptly described “unexpected projects” feature a single common garden plant. Small batch rhubarb quick pickles and ...

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