How to Grow and Harvest Parsley Plant

Parsley is an herb with a bright and fresh flavor that makes a perfect addition to salads, soups, sauces, and stuffing. It’s healthy as well as flavorful with a high amount of vitamin C, vitamin A, and iron. Easy to grow, parsley is a great addition to any herb garden. It’s one of the earliest

How to Care for Amaryllis

Producing attractive lily-like trumpet shaped flowers on elegantly long stems even the most experienced of gardeners will enjoy growing the attractive amaryllis. Despite the plant’s exotic appearance it is one of the easiest bulbs to cultivate. This means that anyone can enjoy some success by growing an amaryllis. Whether you are new to caring for

How to Grow and Harvest Pole Beans

Pole beans are a staple garden vegetable that are very easy and rewarding to grow. You can easily fit them into your garden, even if you’re short on space, and they’ll reward you with a prolific harvest. Often referred to simply as green beans or string beans, pole beans actually come in an astonishing range

How to Grow Asparagus from Seed

Learning how to grow asparagus from seed is a fascinating journey. Asparagus plants are often grown from bare root stock crowns because it is quicker than growing from seed. However, even if you grow the plant from root stock crowns it can take up to 3 years before the plants are ready to harvest. Whichever

A Guide to Growing Peas in Containers

Learning how to grow peas in containers is a great way to enjoy the sweet taste of freshly picked peas. One of the easiest vegetables to grow, growing peas in containers is just as easy as cultivating tomatoes in containers. This is also an ideal solution if you have only a small garden or outdoor

The Complete Cruciferous Vegetables List

This cruciferous vegetables list is designed to not only highlight some lesser known varieties but to also remind you of some vegetable garden stalwarts. All the entries on our cruciferous vegetables list share many of the same health benefits, anti cancer properties and nutritional benefits. They are rich in vitamins A, C and E as

How to Grow Celery – Growing Celery Guide

Learning how to grow celery is a great way to ensure a regular supply of your favorite healthy snack. Celery is packed with health benefits and is a rich source of antioxidants and nutrients. It also helps to reduce inflammation and improves digestion. Sadly, this healthy vegetable also has a reputation for being difficult to

How to Store Garlic – Storing Garlic the Right Way

Here’s what you need to know about how to store garlic harvested from your garden. Garlic is a very rewarding plant to grow in your garden, especially if you love cooking with it and are always buying it at the store. The plant itself grows well in almost any climate, and freshly harvested garlic is

17 Easiest Vegetables to Grow 

Gardening is a great way to cheaply enjoy healthy, fresh food. It is also a great way to get some exercise. However, growing your own fruit and vegetables can seem intimidating. This list of the easiest vegetables to grow in your garden is designed to help you begin this fascinating and fulfilling hobby. As well

How to Dry Basil and Keep Them Fresh All Year

Basil is one of the easiest herbs you can grow and will reward you with an abundant harvest throughout the summer. Its fresh, pungent flavor is a popular staple in everything from pizza to lemonade. If you’ve ever grown this herb, you know there’s nothing quite like picking fresh basil and adding it to your

Ultimate Guide to Growing Lettuce in Containers

Growing lettuce in containers is a great solution if you only have a small garden, balcony or patio. If you are able to begin growing lettuce in pots indoors you are also able to get a head start on the growing season. This means that you will be able to enjoy fresh salad leaves even

Growing Scallions in Your Home Garden

You may have heard scallions called green onions or bunching onions. Their scientific name is Allium fistulosum, and they have white and green stalks. They don’t form bulbs like traditional onions, and you can chop them up and eat them raw or cook them in a large variety of dishes. In traditional Asian cuisine, scallions

Ultimate Guide to Growing Potatoes in Containers

Growing potatoes in containers is a great idea if you are short on space. Not only is this an easy process, it is also one of the most rewarding. Even the smallest container will yield a pleasing crop of potatoes. This is ideal for container gardens. Their lush green foliage is a perfect partner for

How to Grow the Bell Pepper Plant

The bell pepper plant is not only attractive, it is also a very rewarding addition to a garden. Their reputation for being difficult to grow comes from people not giving these plants the correct attention. Also known as sweet peppers or capsicum, if cared for properly you will be rewarded with an abundance of rich

Sorrel Plant Care – How to Grow Sorrel

Sorrel plant is a leafy green herbs with a tart, lemony flavor. A member of the Polygonaceae family, this is a low maintenance, high flavor, addition to the herb garden. It’s leaves can be used either fresh, in salads, or as flavouring in a range of culinary dishes. Warning: the leaves of sorrel contain potentially

The Ultimate Guide to Growing Cauliflower

Rows of growing cauliflower plants are a common sight in vegetable gardens. One of the most versatile members of the brassica family, cauliflower is happiest in compact rows in cool climates. Their edible, neat head, in white as well as shades of purple and orange, are a common sight in vegetable gardens. Happiest  in cooler

How to Grow Elephant Garlic – Care, Types and Growing Tips

Elephant garlic is an interesting perennial crop to consider growing in your garden. In this article, we will discuss what it is, why you should grow it, and how to grow it in your garden. We’ll cover all the important things you need to know in order to grow it successfully where you live. Read

15 Perennial Vegetables – Care, Types and Growing Tips

Annual vegetables are familiar favourites in many gardens. Many gardeners are used to growing annuals from seed each year to feed themselves and their families. But fewer gardeners are aware of the potential of perennial vegetables. While these may not be as familiar as their annual cousins, they can be a great choice. Unlike annuals,