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Michelle Obama and D.C. School Kids Replant the White House Garden

And why not? The inaugural White House kitchen garden became more than just a homegrown source for the First Family's meals but an international symbol for local agriculture and even the "site" for a special episode of Iron Chef America.

Will the expanded garden suffer the inevitable sophomore slump this year?

For a complete report on last week's planting, read Obama Foodorama's coverage, including a description of the First Lady's rhubarb dance.

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