How to harvest basil. Harvesting basil to ensure a continuous source of flavorful leaves from your garden all summer long is easy!
This chocolate zucchini bread – more like chocolate zucchini CAKE — is an absolute treat! Nobody will ever guess that garden fresh zucchini is the secret ingredient. This quick bread is easy to pull together with basic pantry ingredients. Guaranteed this chocolate zucchini bread recipe will go on your hit list!
What’s the difference between jam and jelly? And while we’re at it, what about preserves and chutneys? Here’s what you need to know, PLUS a bunch of recipes for making fruit spreads at home.
Planting nectarines and other stone fruit from seed can produce excellent fruit. Follow these step-by-step instructions for how to grow nectarines from seed into abundant nectarine trees.
Growing bananas for a tropical harvest is easy, easy in warm climates. But with some extra effort, bananas will grow in cooler regions as well. Here’s what you need to know about how to grow bananas, how to harvest bananas, and what banana trees need to thrive.
Extend your harvest season by utilizing the succession planting method. It’s an easy way to make your garden work harder. Instead of planting once and having an overabundance of some crops, stagger planting to have more produce across a longer length of time.
If you’re lucky enough to have rhubarb growing in your garden – or in a friend’s garden – serve this rhubarb coffee cake up for breakfast or brunch. You’ll want to put on a pot of coffee.
Save cash at the checkout line by making your own roasted red pepper hummus. It’s a favorite appetizer at picnics and potlucks, and is great served with veggies or spread inside a wrap for lunch. You can use canned beans and peppers, or learn how to roast red peppers for an even less expensive protein-packed snack.
Are you tossing out a perfectly good leafy green while you wait for the “real” garden to grow? Growing purslane means early garden greens!