Foodology: Dig In!
Feast on Holiday Fun at the 2013 Gardenland Express Show

Feast on Holiday Fun at the 2013 Gardenland Express Show

The Garden's annual holiday flower and train show celebrates "Gathering for the Feast."
What St. Louis Eats: Sam's Herb Garden

What St. Louis Eats: Sam's Herb Garden

One young Garden visitor has turned his interest in herbs into a tasty hobby.
Take the Family Food Challenge!

Take the Family Food Challenge!

Learn more about the foods you eat, from the ways they are grown to the ways they are prepared and enjoyed.
 
 
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Digging In to the Roots of Our Food

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Digging In to the Roots of Our Food
This fun, hands-on, interactive exhibit will challenge visitors of all ages to explore what they eat in ways that spark curiosity, ignite ideas and inspire action.
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From Field to Fork

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 From Field to Fork
Travel the world via the colorful food photography of acclaimed photographer Elaine Blatt.
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Edible Gardening: Garden Entrance

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Edible Gardening: Garden Entrance
New additions to the median and display beds outside the Ridgway Visitor Center reflect the diversity of edible plant life.
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Throughout 2013, the Garden is inviting everyone to dig deep into the roots of food, think about plants on their plate in whole new ways, connect and share with others and get inspired...
Dig in!
 
Fall/Winter Food
and Cooking Classes

Fall and Winter Course CatalogExplore the cultural origins of food, learn how to prepare plant-inspired meals and discover the benefits of eating local with our full menu of food and cooking classes. 
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Exploring Edible Plant Life

Andrew Townesmith and his edible plant referencesDiscover the extensive diversity of edible plant life around the globe with Garden research specialist Andrew Townesmith.

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