This garden was created to honor and remember my beloved son, Richard L. Jacobs, whose life was taken by a senseless brutal murder on March 27, 2015. Through this beauty, we remember and share with the world what a beautiful human being was lost that horrible fateful day. We will love him always.
This article shows you how to hand pollinate your cantaloupe plants to get the best yield and sweetest fruit from your cantaloupe plants.
Green beans are an all-American favorite. I experimented and came up with a fruit and nut variation that I had not seen before. The flavors of apricot and almonds compliment the flavor of every-day green beans.
In memory of our beautiful son Richard L Jacobs Jr. His spirit now set free to go home to his heavenly father. Always loved, and never forgotten. This is his story.
This is my version of how to make carrots irresistible. The limeade is made with powdered sugar, and you marinate the cooked carrots in it. It is complemented by the coconut-raisin topping.
Tomato flowers are self-pollinating, with a little help from mother nature. If that fails, you can give your tomato plants a helping hand.
There has been much publicity about our important honey bee, and how they are badly needed to pollinate our crops. But if the bees have passed you by, here is another alternative for your cucumbers.
This is my version of a sweet potato casserole. Combining the sweet potatoes with the fruit revitalizes this healthy, traditional dish.