Mom was right. Eating your vegetables will keep you strong and healthy. See which ones you should be eating to help ward off illness. Pick them up at the grocery store now and plan to plant them in your garden later.
Recently interest in grafted vegetables has skyrocketed making us wonder if it’s expected to be the hottest gardening trend this year. Read More
Lightlife, know for their vegetarian and vegan products, has produced a creative new video that shows a farm made from vegetables! Is this what a vegetarian world would look like? Read More
One of the easiest vegetables to grow, lettuce is a cool-weather crop that will keep you eating fresh homemade salads well into fall. Read More
We all know the story of that first Thanksgiving in Plymouth in 1621. Did you ever wonder what was really on the table? Here’s a look into the past to see what our Native American and Pilgrim ancestors were serving up. Read More
With so many people turning to organic dog foods made from whole foods, it’s not a bad time to think about making homemade food for your pooch. While a dog’s diet should center around meat, there are plenty of garden veggies that provide vitamins canines need or make a great snack! Read More
Broccoli and cauliflower are so similar in how they look and how they grow. Heck, they’re even often served together. So, it’s easy to see why people may think of cauliflower as a “white broccoli.” While they do have a lot in common with each other, they are two completely different vegetables.
If you’re planning to enter some of your garden harvest in your State Fair, you better go big or go home! It’s no surprise that mammoth pumpkins, squash, watermelons and cabbage heads bring home the blue ribbons. Take a look at these record-setting vegetables for inspiration. Read More
The recent outbreak of E. coli bacteria in Europe has already been linked to 16 deaths, causing a frightening situation for anyone who eats fresh produce daily. Here in the states, the risk of becoming ill from deadly cucumbers is slim to none, but you may be wondering, how does E. coli get into produce? Read More
Many people are choosing to go organic in the grocery store and in their own gardens. While organic foods have their benefits, the general public has a tendency to believe some of the myths associated with organic foods, and they’re not all true. Read More