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Amid city streets, a growing trend

High produce prices send urbanites in search of a spade and handful of seeds

City dwellers such as Diane McKenney, watering her strawberries and onions in the Bremen Street garden, have started to grow their food. City dwellers such as Diane McKenney, watering her strawberries and onions in the Bremen Street garden, have started to grow their food. (Dominic Chavez/Globe Staff)
By Robert Knox
Globe Correspondent / June 3, 2008

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Can't stomach $4 a pound for organic tomatoes at the supermarket? Maybe it's time to grow your own. (Full article: 947 words)

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