Remembering Civil War Doctor and Salisbury Diet Founder James Henry Salisbury

James Henry Salisbury

“With his anti-vegetable views, James is probably rolling over in his grave to see more people than ever trying their hand at gardening.” January 12, 1823 Today is the birthday of the 19th-century American physician and the inventor of the Salisbury steak, James Henry Salisbury. James began thinking critically about diet after serving as a…

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Today we celebrate a descriptive rare orchid hunter who changed the way orchids were cared for. We’ll also learn about the man who was held as a prisoner at the Singapore Botanical Garden during WWII. We’ll hear about the stark funeral instructions left by Carl Linnaeus. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about…

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