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White House garden thrived through winter
Snowmageddon couldn't stop the famous kitchen garden.
Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 09:29 AM
Sam Kass shows us how the White House kitchen garden fared throughout the rough winter. In the fall, hoop houses
were built over the garden beds to keep warmth in, and it looks like they did a tremendous job. The White House Blog
says the winter planting of the garden yielded 50 pounds of lettuces, spinach, turnips, arugula and carrots.
Kass also tells us about Michelle Obama’s plans to expand the garden:
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