The Victory Garden

The VICTORY GARDEN Presents edibleFEAST Preview

Season 35 of The Victory Garden, premieres March 22, 2014. Hosted by Amy Devers, Victory Garden’s edibleFEAST is a fresh take on the long-running PBS series, The Victory Garden. Award winning film maker Daniel Klein takes viewers on an adventure that showcases the best in sustainable eating, alongside classic Victory Garden segments with Roger Swain in the garden and Marian Morash in the kitchen.

The VICTORY GARDEN Presents edibleFEAST Preview

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