Turmeric is a plant grown for its root, much like ginger. Here’s how to grow turmeric at home in pots. Spoiler: It’s easy!
When greens are in short supply, sunflower sprouts can fill in a need for greens, but they’re great in salads and sandwiches ANY time of year!
Here’s how to start a vegetable garden from scratch so you can harvest fresh vegetables from your yard! Plant your own garden, eat good food for less.
Tender green lettuce leaves are very susceptible to damage from slugs and snails. They’re also a favorite of pests like rabbits and deer, though admittedly those are not a problem for me here. To combat the damage from snails and slugs, try planting lettuce in containers up off the ground.
During WWI & WWII, families were encouraged to grow food in victory gardens. There are plenty of good reasons to bring victory gardens back!
Add flowers you can eat to your garden for a bonus food source. Here’s how to use edible flowers in your kitchen (and how to know what’s safe to eat.)
Planting nectarine seeds nets a free orchard! Here’s how to grow a nectarine tree from seed – stone fruit like nectarines often grow true from seed.
What you need to know about planting figs, fig tree care, & growing an indoor fig tree. The pretty tropical foliage & sweet harvest make them hard to beat.
Choose these for a successful garden harvest! Great for first time gardeners, of course, but most everyone can appreciate the (almost) fail-proof nature of these crops!