It does not matter whether you put your kitchen scraps in the compost or the bin, did you know that you could grow many of your favourite fruit or vegetables from those scraps. Indeed, unless your compost is very...
Reviving Their Home-Grown and Local Farm Status The blueberry has a long and popular history with humans. Considered a very old species, it was once known as "star berry" by the Native Americans because of the perfect five-pointed star shape...
Whenever you see the final product of a well prepared potato, persons hardly ever think about the effort that goes into producing it. Potatoes can be purchased from any local food store and are quite simple to cook with...
Simple but effective tips for growing a variety of fruit in your garden. To grow a peach tree from a stone, bury the stone outside for the winter to give it the cold period it needs, before bringing it...
You don't usually see gooseberries as much as say raspberries, cherries or strawberries - yet they have a wonderful taste and effect on the palate - so if you have room - give them a go. There are many varieties...
Growing Concord grape vines is habitually done in lands with wide, open spaces. This is one is the most frequent and common way of growing Concord grapes. Other than this traditional Concord grape-growing method, there exists a unique and...
Blueberries are well known for fresh eating, pies, jams, jellies, syrups, juice, and baked goods such as blueberry muffins, pancakes and waffles. But, they are also baked into squash dishes and coffee cakes. Backyard growers and small farms prosper...
Cabbage is a staple every gardener should grow, and it's not hard to learn to grow cabbage. It does help to have some basic know-how, though. In this article we'll reveal how to avoid splitting your cabbage, when the...
Plant in Spring and Again in Summer for Cool Weather Harvests There are few things more refreshing than a salad of sweet, crisp, spring lettuce fresh from the garden--unless it's fall lettuce fresh from the garden. Lettuce is easy to...
Organic cabbage seeds will produce heads up to 8 pounds in size under proper conditions. They can be chopped into salads, used in stir fry, cooked with hamburger into Runzas or made into sauerkraut. The heads can be refrigerated...