Most of these are basic staples, and some take more work to grow in hot weather, but because of that you’ll have less competition and more sales.
Queen Anne’s lace and yarrow have many useful qualities, but they look a lot like poison hemlock. Here’s how to tell these wildflowers apart.
Tomatoes are a nightshade, and many of its wild relatives are indeed poisonous. Same for carrots, which are related to poison hemlock.
Ready to put your yard cart to use in an unusual manner? Use it for drying onions from your crop. Here’s why a yard cart is ideal for the task.