Growing corn is practically an American tradition. Corn has been grown in our country for thousands of years. And for good reason. Corn is very nutritious containing many vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. You can eat it fresh, cook it, preserve it, and grind it into flour. If you’ve never tried an ear of homegrown […]
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 […]
Do you plant the same crop in the same spot in the garden each year? Not a healthy cultural practice! Learn why you should develop a crop rotation plan for your garden, the benefits of crop rotation, and ideas on how to easily rotate your crops.
Cabbage is not a difficult plant to grow, especially in the Northern areas. It loves cooler weather and is quite hardy. It is a heavy feeder though, so be sure to put a good layer of composted manure in the garden row for it to grow in. Cabbage is such a good Cold Room staple […]
Growing awesome tomatoes is easier than you might think. You just need a few tricks to help you find success. You’ll be growing tasty, home-grown tomatoes in no time. Check out the secrets here.
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 […]