Our spring vegetable garden is looking pretty good right now. Tomatoes are filling out, beans have set blossoms and are starting to produce pods. Because of the cooler than average March and April weather, lettuce has probably not bolted yet. Peppers are also setting fruit just about now, eggplant looks good, strawberries are turning red.…
Summer heat is arriving with its usual ferocity. Some plants may be suffering from it– as well as some of us. That’s no reason to stop our favorite pastime. Here are some helpful hints to prepare for the coming dog days.
If you’re planning for a late summer garden, you might want to look at the following: okra, southern peas (crowder, black-eyed, purple hull, zipper cream), watermelon, cantaloupe, sweet potatoes, eggplant, peppers, and pumpkin
There’s nothing like the fragrance of rosemary in a warmkitchen during cold and dreary winter days. Or the taste of fresh chiveschopped on a baked potato. Or cilantro in that salsa you’re making. These herbs, as well as others, can be grownoutside during the winter.
This video is an overview of Nature’s Way Resources plant nursery.