Recession gardens and edible landscapes are just two of the terms being used to describe America's renewed love of home gardening. According to the National Gardening Association, 7 million more households are planning to grow their own fruits, vegetables and herbs in 2009, a 19% increase from the prior year. In South Carolina, home to W. Lee Flowers & Co.'s chain of IGA supermarkets, director of produce Cecil Spurlock notes that residents are grappling with one of the highest ...

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