I’ll be totally honest with you. My garden is lousy this year. I may be an Alaskan Master Gardener, but with no time to do anything in the garden, there just isn’t much happening with it this year. A good garden can so often be something that is completely out of your hands, so I’ve […]
Great for serving on an appetizer plate or in a Caesar or Bloody Mary as a garnish, Pickled Asparagus is a real treat. Here’s a quick way to get a few jars put away in the back of the fridge. These are zingy, snappy and crunchy awesome! Bet you can’t eat just one! Come on over […]
When it comes to establishing a self sufficient food landscape, perennial vegetables should not be overlooked. It quite exciting when food starts popping up out of the ground in early spring, with no effort on your part. Edible perennials are hardy, reliable food crops that need very little care and attention. Learn about some of […]
Rhubarb is one of the earliest producers in Spring. It’s very easy to grow and it is a perennial, meaning that you plant it once and it will come up year after year. Many people get 20 years worth of harvest off of a single rhubarb plant. That is a great return on your investment. […]
Walking onions are perfect onions for survivalists. Each year new bulbets are produced to plant onions for the upcoming year keeping you in a constant supply of onions. In Zone 7, November is an opportune time to plant walking onions. Walking Onions are also referred to as “Egyptian Walking Onions”, “Egyptian Tree Onions”, “Tree Onions”, […]
Growing asparagus is easy and fun and gives you a return for years to come. Check out how easy it is to grow it yourself.