In an age of farm-to-table cuisine, Chris Fischer had a different idea: Why not bring the table to the farm? After years spent cooking in top restaurant kitchens (New York City’s Babbo, London’s River Cafe), he now grows vegetables on his family’s Martha’s Vineyard farm, Beetlebung, and -- when the crops come in -- hosts elegantly rustic dinners in the greenhouse.
Inspired by the greenhouses at Martha's Bedford home, the "Martha Stewart Show" greenhouse contains a collection of lush, beautiful plants, expertly cared for by gardening producer Andrea Mason. Take a look at what's growing.
Instead of spending the winter gazing through glass panes at frozen flower beds, transform a window into a mini-greenhouse where herbs, houseplants, and even little pots of grass will thrive. For best results, choose a large inset window that receives lots of light.