A creative soul has managed to compile most of the info required for growing vegetables into one easy-to-read picture — maybe the only guide you need!
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Are you growing food this year? I am. And as I research, plan, and plant, I’m going to share my journey with you. I’m just starting. Want to come along?
I started my backyard urban farm this year with mixed results. But I’m not hanging up my tools for the year just yet. I’m growing fall vegetables. Join me?
For all you urban farmers out there, here’s an infographic about how and when to plant vegetables, plus a few of my own urban farm lessons learned. Enjoy!
Got an empty plastic bottle in the recycle bin? Fish that sucker out and turn it into a hydroponic water bottle garden!
If you love fresh food but don’t have enough room for a traditional garden, container-based vegetable gardening could be your BFF! With a little knowledge, fresh herbs and veggies can be yours — without any need for huge tracts of land.
I love cooking with fresh herbs, but during these chilly months my spiral herb garden is pretty much dormant. Here’s how to grow herbs indoors, so you can cook fresh all year round!
Growing herbs indoors in pots is a wonderful way to continue the fresh flavors and nutritional benefits of fresh food into winter. If you want to know how to grow herbs on a patio or balcony, there are some things to consider before beginning your container herb garden.
Do you like to grow your own food? Looking for an easy gardening project that delivers results fast? Ever considered trying your hand at homegrown microgreens?
Want to grow a bit of fresh food in your backyard, but struggling to iron out the details? A boatload of online tools can guide you, including a newcomer to the web: Sprout It.
Here’s a peek into what’s growing in my raised bed and containers this spring. I’d love to hear how your gardens are growing, too!
My simplified 5 step version of this Meyer Lemon marmalade recipe is less work than the original recipe and was easy to make on the first try. If you love lemons you’ll enjoy this lemony-sweet marmalade, and besides spreading it on toast it can be used in baking to flavor muffins or bread, or as a topping for pancakes.
It’s been a while since I updated about my Meyer lemon tree!