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Gardening During A Pandemic | PHOTOS

Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout.
(Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)

Gardening During A Pandemic | PHOTOS

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Jeff and Ginger Wanko of Catonsville, have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout.
Gardening During A Pandemic
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout.
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Gardening During A Pandemic
Garlic. Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home.
Garlic. Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Gardening During A Pandemic
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout.
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Gardening During A Pandemic
Curly Kale. Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home.
Curly Kale. Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Gardening During A Pandemic
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home.
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Gardening During A Pandemic
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout.
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Gardening During A Pandemic
Jeff Wanko points to curley kale and other items growing in the garden. Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout.
Jeff Wanko points to curley kale and other items growing in the garden. Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Gardening During A Pandemic
Jeff Wanko shows off some of the vegetables growing in his "growing room" in his basement - everything from tomatoes to egg plant, brussel sprouts - grown from seedlings. Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home.
Jeff Wanko shows off some of the vegetables growing in his "growing room" in his basement - everything from tomatoes to egg plant, brussel sprouts - grown from seedlings. Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Gardening During A Pandemic
Tomato plants and other vegetables grow in the "growing" room until ready to be transplanted in the garden. Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home.
Tomato plants and other vegetables grow in the "growing" room until ready to be transplanted in the garden. Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Gardening During A Pandemic
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home.
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Gardening During A Pandemic
Jeff Wanko shows some of the Jerusalem artichoke he and Ginger grows. "Tastes like a non-starchy potato." Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home.
Jeff Wanko shows some of the Jerusalem artichoke he and Ginger grows. "Tastes like a non-starchy potato." Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Gardening During A Pandemic
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout.
Jeff and Ginger Wanko have been gardening more than ever during the pandemic. They grow tons of vegetables and even sell excess produce in their own "farmers market" on Sundays in front of their Catonsville home. They grow a variety of vegetables such as but not limited to; lettuce leaf, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, radish, turnips, egg plant, mache, tomatoes, and brussels sprout. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
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