The garden comes alive in May with harvests of asparagus, greens, carrots, radishes, and peas.
For many gardeners, summer is all about tomatoes. And with several thousand tomato varieties to choose from, you’ll never get bored. Read on to learn how to grow your own tomatoes.
Do you always plant your garden the same way? If so, consider changing things up this year: your garden will thank you.
I grab my basket of kale, lettuce, baby spinach, and carrots and step out of my hoop house into a foot of snow. It’s January. Lows have dipped below -10 degrees Fahrenheit. And I am harvesting from my garden.
March is full of greens from the hoop house.
I love garlic. I love to eat it, I love to grow it, and I love how green it makes my garden in the early spring. It turns out that my garden loves garlic, too.