Interestingly, Organic Gardening began in the middle of World War II in 1942, thus offering a suave answer to the horrors happening elsewhere by being a floral, nutritional and growing manual. The content spans from gardening, which is the essential focus of the magazine, to making recipes from various parts of a plant including the root, stem and produce. The attention of the magazine is also journalistic, making the approach to veggies something as fun-evoking as any other story in a journal. For example, there is newsworthy material surrounding sales of seeds, the purchase price of plants, and other important products necessary for nurseries, gardening or harvesting. Organic Gardening magazine is now available online, where readers can access all its previous collection of editions spanning the last seven decades. If eager to grow that flower, crop or root, then this is the step-by-step resource to follow.