Popcorn shoots — or microgreens — have a delicate sweet flavor. Grow them on a windowsill for fresh greens year round.
The edible sweet potato vine provides winter greens when grown indoors during cold weather. For mid-winter fresh greens, sweet potato leaves can’t be beat.
If you love the bold flavor of rosemary in your meals, consider growing rosemary in your garden! It’s drought tolerant, tasty, and beautiful.
Consider growing milkweed to encourage butterflies to take up residence in your garden!
Arugula is a type of easy-to-grow leafy salad green that adds a slight peppery kick to salads and mesclun mixes.
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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.
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!
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.