Barbara Damrosch (born in 1942) is a professional in the field of horticulture, a writer, and co-owner of the Four Season Farm. From 1979 to 1992, she was the owner of a company by the name of Barbara Damrosch Landscape Design. She operated this company in Washington, Connecticut. Her book The Garden Primer is a classic manual of horticulture. She and her husband, Eliot Coleman, operate an experimental market garden in the state of Maine. This garden produces food year-round and is a model of small-scale sustainable agriculture.
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