Dale Mathis has a large artichoke plant, foreground, and Vidalia onions at a plot on Seabrook Farm in Hilton Head Plantation. In the background, a heavy weighted cover keeps Mathis’ lasagna garden cooking.
Dale Mathis has a large artichoke plant, foreground, and Vidalia onions at a plot on Seabrook Farm in Hilton Head Plantation. In the background, a heavy weighted cover keeps Mathis’ lasagna garden cooking. Photo by Betsy Jukofsky
Dale Mathis has a large artichoke plant, foreground, and Vidalia onions at a plot on Seabrook Farm in Hilton Head Plantation. In the background, a heavy weighted cover keeps Mathis’ lasagna garden cooking. Photo by Betsy Jukofsky

Edibles add tasty flourish to gardens - and meals

March 06, 2011 12:01 AM

UPDATED March 08, 2011 10:59 AM

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