The possibilities of a fresh, homegrown tomato are nearly endless. The simplest uses, such as sandwich toppings, are by far the best.
Pests are a major problem with winter squash and pumpkins. To avoid infestation, you will have to be extremely proactive.
Spring is in the air at last! Are you ready to start gardening? If you have never planted a garden before, you may still be doing your research, hunting for resources that will get you off to a good start. We’ve pulled together a short list of posts, links, and books to help you out…… Continue reading 10 Resources for Beginning Gardeners…and a Bonus!
Summer squash is not terribly demanding. A thick mulch and generous watering will keep it producing well—maybe a little too well!
Humus takes the things that plants need to live and places them within easy reach of the roots. Adding it to your soil is a long-term project.
Radishes are very easy to grow if treated with reasonable consideration.
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is critical to life. It is part of the process of photosynthesis, and it keeps animals alive.
Sweet peppers are extremely versatile. Hot peppers can be put to a number of uses, as well.
Shell peas are one of the garden’s most delicious vegetable offerings. Their season passes all too quickly. If you have enough peas, steam or boil them. Smaller quantities are great for adding to stir-fries or for topping salads. And while you are out in the garden, you really must open a pod or two and…… Continue reading Pea
Onions are absolutely indispensable to cooking. They add character to everything from pasta to pizza.