What is it about that first red tomato? We set out a few plants early, before the last frost date, diligently covering them with a bucket so they won’t freeze overnight, just IMG_0606so that there is a chance one of the fruits will turn red before it is supposed to. We get so excited, seeing […]
Many grocery store produce items can be planted and grown from home. An easy and attractive one to grow is ginger.
If you have a vegetable, fruit, egg, honey, or any other homegrown item overflow, you probably would much rather turn that overflow into income rather than simply throw it away. You might also use a little more forethought than I did, and actually plan your homegrown produce for future sale.