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We at The Italian Garden Project™ are always pleased when we find that the Italian gardening traditions are being carried on by a new generation of gardeners. Several years ago when 18 year old Alessandro Ferzoco emailed to tell us about his passion for gardening, and offered to introduce us to some of his… Read more »

The Italian Garden Project - Home | Facebook Community Organization. Page Transparency See More. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. All to support the Italian Garden Project ! The Italian Garden Project. September 15 ·

Wrapping a Fig Tree – Savinell Style | The Italian Garden

Wrapping a Fig Tree – Savinell Style. Posted October 31, 2016 by Elise Canup. Alan’s fig trees in early September. Alan Savinell of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a master at wrapping his fig trees. The two 20 foot, highly productive trees he cares for in his back yard were passed down to him from his grandfather an immigrant from Santa Maria

The Italian Garden Project - Posts | Facebook

Watch this awesome video of Nick Ranieri of Long Island, NY grafting a fruit tree! Thank you to volunteers Mary Ann Pietanza-Cloonan and Gianna Volpe for capturing this priceless footage and for their work documenting Nick's garden for The Italian Garden Project and the Smithsonian's Archive of American Gardens. And we can't thank Nick enough

Welcome To The Italian Garden Project - A Harvest of Italian American Heritage Find out what The Italian Garden Project is all about! Produced and directed

Mary Menniti - YouTube - A Harvest of Italian American Heritage Frank Russo of Yonkers, NY talks about learning to garden from his Italian immigrant grandparents in East Harlem. Frank cur

The Italian American Garden Project | L'Italo-Americano

Sustainability is not a new concept for the Italian gardener. It is a way of life. To shine a light on this way of life, and its inherent wisdom, Mary Menniti founded the Italian Garden Project in 2010.

Recommended Pittsburgh Eating: 4 Recent Dishes I Loved

Recommended Pittsburgh Eating: 4 Recent Dishes I Loved PM Dining Critic Hal B. Klein says fried chicken, sour cherry soup, longevity noodles and garden-fresh Italian cooking have his attention this month.

Mary Menniti - Owner - The Italian Garden Project | LinkedIn

View Mary Menniti’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Mary has 1 job listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Mary’s

Resilient Figs - Everybody Gardens

She’s crossing the nation chronicling Italian-American gardens (, and one of the first things those gardeners want to show off is their fig trees. “It’s not just a phenomenon; it’s almost a fanaticism,” she says about fig growing. There’s a deep nostalgic feeling wrapped up in those figs.

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