GROW

When you grow a garden, you no longer need to count on the supermarket produce section. Or in my case, the delivery barge. Taking control of where your food comes from can start right in your own backyard. Or even on a sunny windowsill.

From growing vegetables and fruits to natural pest control and soil improvement, there’s plenty of inspiration for new gardeners here. Start small or start big; just get started!

Take Time to Grow Brussels Sprouts

Looking for a fun new veggie to add to the garden? Try growing Brussels sprouts! They’re fun to watch grow and make a delicious harvest.

Propagating Rosemary from Cuttings

Add some flavor to your garden by propagating rosemary plants. It’s easy and a great way to add more plants to your herb garden for free!

Growing Dill in the Home Garden

Dill is an attractive and aromatic plant to grow in a garden. Feathery-like foliage is used for flavoring and large, umbrella-like flower heads produce dill seeds.

Cauliflower Power for Your Vegetable Garden

Cauliflower is in the cabbage family, but its looks and flavors are distinctly different. Heads of cauliflower grow from bunches of small florets on a sturdy stem, one reason why “flower” is so prominent in its name.

Grow Beautiful Onions in Your Garden

One advantage to growing onions is they keep for a long time without spoiling. Plus, they are a key ingredient in just about any savory meal.