Information and tips with illustrations to planning and growing organic vegetables and fruits in your greenhouse and back garden for healthy eating with fresh veg, and to save money on the food bill.
Pak Choi is the easiest vegetable anyone can grow in their back garden either on the ground, on a pot, on a planter or anywhere there is space. Pak Choi is good for beef stews, chicken casseroles and stir fries. Pak Choi can be mixed with any meat really.
Sow onion seed in flats six weeks before the last frost date in your area. All alliums are heavy feeders and require plenty of water. Get new tips for scallions, leeks, chives, onions and shallots
The herbs I grow in my garden for the kitchen, cooking, decorating salad dishes and herbal teas; including some of the less common herbs; images, description and culinary uses are given for each.
When you eat your dinner, do you ever consider how far away the food served there has traveled, or how fresh it is? Or that both issues are factored into the price you paid? Try a community garden, and get out with your friends and neighbors!
Learn to create a permaculture garden which returns year after year to provide the finest high quality organic food and medicine for your family and friends. Welcome to the art of perennial polyculture.
Informal vegetable gardening with companion planting and wildlife ponds for the benefit of wildlife while producing good wholesome and nutritious fresh fruits and veg for the kitchen and dining table.
Winter on the homestead. Many productive things take place during the winter. List of important duties to tend to during winter.
Learn how to grow your own gooseberries. Find a couple of recipes to use them at the same time.
Okra, a relative of the hibiscus, known for its contribution to southern dishes, can be grown anywhere corn is grown. This vegetable has few predators or diseases. Its seeds easy to save.