Do you grow funny looking carrots? I used to when I first started–but then I learned the trick to growing them long and straight. Would you like me to share my tips with you?
Here’s a trick I learned a few years back that will help you get your spring garden growing weeks earlier this year!!
Here in zone 6a New England, the growing season is so short. By the end of November, trees have shed their leaves and plants have gone into hibernation mode. When the ground starts to freeze and the days become shorter, us gardeners turn to houseplants and planning next year’s harvest. Although that can be very […]
The vegetable garden shines in summer with abundant harvests. As fall approaches, most of the summer crops begin to wind down. Cooler nighttime temperatures and diminishing sunlight takes its toll. The heat loving plants respond by slowly reducing their growth. Instead of watching your tomatoes, summer squash, and cucumbers struggle to ripen the last few […]
A flavorful combination of textures, Roasted Broccoli Parsnip Medley is a tasty and filling side dish great for any meal! And if you have never tried parsnips before, it a great “first recipe” … easy, quick, and allows you to truly experience the flavor of this wonderful vegetable.
Carrots can present a challenge to the home gardener, but offer sweet rewards for a job well done. Here are some facts about growing carrots, and a few tips that can make the venture worthwhile.