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We are busy building our fencing system - keeps the critters out!

We are busy building our fencing system - keeps the critters out!

Check out our display for events - you can't miss us!  Get on our mailing list and follow us on Facebook or Twitter to find out where we will be next:  www.yard2kitchen.com

Check out our display for events - you can't miss us! Get on our mailing list and follow us on Facebook or Twitter to find out where we will be next: www.yard2kitchen.com

Check out our 12-foot garden bed with our new fencing system!

Check out our garden bed with our new fencing system!

Our garden in Englewood is protected from critters with our signature fencing!

Our garden in Englewood is protected from critters with our signature fencing!

All bundled up for the winter! We take care of this so you can relax and enjoy the holidays!

All bundled up for the winter! We take care of this so you can relax and enjoy the holidays!

We are growing in Freehold!  This #organic #garden include: chard, spinach, sweet peas, eggplant and tomatoes - yum!

We are growing in Freehold! This include: chard, spinach, sweet peas, eggplant and tomatoes - yum!

Don't fear the deer!  You can order a fence for your Yard2Kitchen #organic #garden! Keeps the squirrels out too :)

Don't fear the deer! You can order a fence for your Keeps the squirrels out too :)

Another garden installed! This family will be enjoying fresh, organic produce this summer!

Another garden installed! This family will be enjoying fresh, organic produce this summer!

Teaching kids to #garden at the Greenburgh Nature Center in Scarsdale.

Teaching kids to at the Greenburgh Nature Center in Scarsdale.

Yard2Kitchen's Bill Boyce (Licensed Landscape Architect and Designer) constructing one of our gardens.  The 15” depth enables tomatoes to thrive and root vegetables (carrots, turnips, beets, potatoes) to fully develop.

Bill Boyce (Licensed Landscape Architect and Designer) constructing one of our gardens. The depth enables tomatoes to thrive and root vegetables (carrots, turnips, beets, potatoes) to fully develop.

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