The Melon

Melons are the vegetable garden’s crown jewels – and Amy Goldman’s lifelong love and calling. Her new book, The Melon, will entice and educate, whether you are a passionate gardener, a locavore, or simply delight in the inherent beauty and evanescence of the fruits of the vine.

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From The Melon

Curried Chicken Salad with Melon and Toasted Almonds

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Foreword from The Melon

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Yogurt with Melon, Fresh Cherries, and Toasted Buckwheat

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Prescott Fond Blanc Cantaloupe 2

RARE FORMS

Inspired by nature and the harvest of heirloom treasures from her Hudson Valley garden, Amy Goldman created a line of stunning limited-edition bronze sculptures.

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NEW FROM AMY

2021 NATIONAL GARDEN CLUB OF AMERICA MEDALISTS ANNOUNCED

The Garden Club of America announced the recipients of the 2021 national medals, the highest honors bestowed upon individuals or institutions by the GCA for distinguished achievements in areas related to its purpose. The Florens DeBevoise Medal is awarded for horticultural achievement in the fields of hybridizing, collecting or nurturing, and will be awarded to Amy Goldman Fowler, PhD for her work in the heirloom seed and local food movements.

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About the author

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Amy Goldman is a gardener, author, artist, philanthropist, and well-known advocate for seed saving, plant breeding, and heirloom fruits and vegetables. Her mission is to celebrate and catalogue the magnificent diversity of standard, open-pollinated varieties, and to promote their conservation.

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