A guide to growing, harvesting, cooking with, and preserving cabbage, all in one fabulous blog post!
Kitchen gardens used to be a standard addition to many homes, and even gained in use with Victory Gardens becoming popular during both World Wars. However, with the return of our soldiers back home, gardens evolved to become more aesthetically pleasing, and many have incorporated more permaculture principles. Read about kitchen gardens here to see […]
It may surprise you, but the spicy, soothing ginger root is something you can grow for yourself in your garden. If you’re in Zones 7 or higher (approximately Maryland south) you can grow ginger in a herb garden, but even if you’re up here in the Northeast you can cultivate it indoors or in a […]
An ancient herb that will thrive in most conditions, thyme is perfect for a hobby gardener. It can be used in cooking, for medicine, and for various other benefits, and its only disadvantage is that if it’s healthy it will spread throughout your garden. Depending on how you plant, this can be an asset since […]
What do you do with an unusable corner in your kitchen garden? Consider adding an adorable and useful stock tank pond! A permanent source of water in your garden will attract many beneficial creatures. Read on and see how I made mine, step by step.
Take a look at what’s in my kitchen garden this March. You may get some ideas for your own spring garden.