Savor Edibles and Fragrants Bikes 15 miles to work daily.
Currently restoring his 1925 Victorian. By hand.
Regularly wins every local Poetry Slam.
Real claim to fame? The tastiest tomatoes on Marcy Avenue.
Savor Edibles and Fragrants Speaks 5 languages fluently.
Dominates at outdoor sports.
Hand-crafts her own jewelry.
Prepares meals that make the above look like child’s play.
Savor Edibles and Fragrants Has read all the Brontë novels. Twice.
Taught herself to play classical guitar.
Has photographed 56 of the 58 national parks.
Favorite achievement is her red pepper pesto pasta.

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You grow what you eat. You eat what you grow. It’s smart, it’s enjoyable, it’s fresh, and it’s delicious. And it’s an adventure that starts with Savor – the new name that’s redefining the edible growing experience. Start the adventure with us.

Who wants Savor?

Who wants Savor?

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In short, Marina and her friends.

This growing group of smart, energetic young people are discovering the world of fresh herbs and vegetables. They’re enthusiastically embracing these fresh foods for being healthy, tasty, and satisfying. Mostly, they’re finding that growing their own garden herb and vegetable plants is a lot more fun than buying them.

All over the U.S., they’re transforming do-it-yourself into make-it-yourself by transforming their urban spaces into gardens. Foods and flavors are becoming daily journeys involving sun, rain, soil, and a healthy outlook on what goes on their plates, how to get it there.

Meet Emma

Meet Ema from Savor Edibles and Fragrants

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She’s a complicated, quirky figure, and she’ll be the first to tell you that’s her most lovable quality. While many view Wuthering Heights as depressing, she sees only its beauty. Which ex-plains why she’s read it twice this year. Every guy who’s heard her play classical guitar falls in love with her, but as long as Jose Gonzalez is single, they’re all just playing for second place. Her most consistent source of peace and inspiration is Arches National Park, which she passes along through the framed black-and-whites that cover her walls. She’s on a first name basis with fifteen local chefs, she believes that no sourcing is more local than her yard, and she thinks it would be funny to change her name to Pesto just to see people roll their eyes at her.