If you live in a hot climate, summer lettuce might seem impossible to grow. But a combination of efforts in germination, irrigation and harvesting can make it worth your while.
These kid-size crops can be grown in raised beds or containers. They’re chosen to inspire young imaginations, promote nutrition and spark the desire to learn more about gardening.
Do you know which types of tomatoes are best for your vegetable garden? Here are the differences between indeterminate, determinate and dwarf varieties.
Squash is fairly easy to grow, it produces a lot and is versatile in the kitchen. But is it better to start squash from seed or transplants? Here are the pros and cons of each.
Broccoli is a favorite crop of many gardeners, but don’t get stuck in a rut with this veggie. These 5 unusual broccoli varieties will add beauty to your garden and flavor to your meals.
To accommodate vines that grow as high as six feet, these fun sugar snap pea trellis ideas bring a touch of creativity to the garden as they keep the vines upright.
Are you looking for another good crop to display on your market table? Look no further than radishes. Here are six reasons why they’re good for business.
Kale is good for you. But, did you know it’s also a gorgeous plant? Meet three unusual kale varieties that will add visual diversity to your garden.
The spicy bite of mustard greens is a flavor well-worth savoring. Meet a few of the best varieties to grow, and learn sowing and harvesting techniques.