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Good to Grow is dedicated to growing healthy food and community in the dry high desert and foothills of the northern Rockies region. GTG sells high quality young plants, teaches classes in healthy urban farming, provides soil and gardening consultation... and always has delicious fresh produce available through a CSA or farmstand. Specialties include Asian 'supergreens', heirloom and unusual Euro-American crops (try some cardoon, or sunchokes), and above all, tried-and-true tomatoes and other crops that succeed in our sometimes severe climate. GTG works for healthy communities for all. Every time you buy 5 plants, I add one to the Giving Garden for local food donations.
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