Growing Roma tomatoes nets a meatier, less seedy variety of tomato, perfect for cooking up into thick, rich sauces or for dehydrating to stock your pantry.
Growing Sunflower Sprouts for Healthy Microgreens
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!
Drought Gardening for a Healthy Harvest
Choosing drought tolerant crops and using water wise methods when planting a vegetable garden can assure a harvest in harsh conditions. Drought conditions aren’t ideal, but there are some tactics you can take to create a drought tolerant garden that will produce a harvest for you.
Growing and Harvesting Basil So it Produces All Season Long
Harvesting basil to ensure a continuous source of flavorful leaves from your garden all summer long is easy! Here’s how to pick basil leaves and use this tasty herb in recipes.
Growing Honeyberries aka Haskap Berry
Plant honeyberries if you love blueberries but live in a climate too cold to grow them. Great for eating fresh, jams, baked goods, and juice!
Growing Fennel for Fronds, Seeds, and Bulbs
Growing fennel is a great way to add delicious leaves, seeds, and bulbs to your kitchen creations, with a pretty look in your garden!
Annuals vs. Perennials: Making the Most of the Space You Have
Trying to figure out what will provide the best harvest for your space? Understanding annuals vs. perennials is a good place to start planning a garden.
Adding Edible Flowers to Your Salads (and Garden)
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.)
Grow a Stir-Fry Garden with Bok Choy
Bok choy, also known as Chinese white cabbage, is an easy-to-grow vegetable to eat raw or for your home stir-fry garden.