Here are six secrets of the best choices for powerhouse producers that will provide you with easy, yet exquisite, edible garden fare all summer long.
Discover tasty food to grow in your garden
One of the pleasures of the home vegetable garden is being able to grow your own healthy fruits, vegetables and herbs.
From the cluster of terracotta pots in her container kitchen garden, Carol Pope picks herbs, strawberries, blueberries, currants, and even figs and apples.
‘Black Pearl’ is a vining cherry tomato with 1.5-inch (4-cm), brownish-red round fruits. . ‘Black Pearl’ is what breeders are calling heirloom hybrid.
When people ask Carol Pope how her garden is growing, she sometimes joke that it’s not so much a garden as it is a “kale yard.” Here’s six kale cultivars to consider growing.
In May, fiddleheads are a rite of spring in Atlantic Canada. Ostrich ferns are the source of the delectable fiddlehead.
When Judith Adam grows ornamental edibles in containers, she enjoys pretty pots of strawberries and peppers.
These 5 perennial edibles grow without fuss, look gorgeous, add fabulous flavour and health-boosting goodness to your meals. And their flowers support bees.
Garlic begins making roots in fall, just as soon as it’s buried in soft, rich soil. A big garlic clove on planting day make big heads next summer.
To plant late lettuce in the fall, you can search out any lettuce seed packets you have hanging around or order online with fast shipping.