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Grow something new this spring with edibles from Bonnie Plants. Whether your garden is a couple of pots on the balcony or a raised bed in the backyard, be sure to find room for new varieties of vegetables like tomatoes and peppers and herbs like rosemary and thyme.
Get a head start on the season by growing extra-early tomatoes in containers. When treated like sun-loving houseplants, fast-maturing patio or cherry tomatoes will produce fruit while still indoors.
Take your garden to a higher level when you install raised garden beds. You will increase vegetable production, and save your back in the process.
Even if you have the space for a big garden, you don’t always want to traipse outside to collect herbs when you’re in the middle of cooking. Keep your favorite flavors nearby with this mini kitchen herb garden box.
Starting seeds indoors gives you control of your garden up until harvest and gives you a jump on the season. Mind these Do’s and Don’ts for strong vegetable seedlings ready for transplanting as soon as the ground warms in spring.
Discover tart, juicy rhubarb. It’s big, beautiful, tasty and makes mouthwatering pies and delicious jams.
With lots of sunshine and a little bit of care, you can grow herbs like rosemary, thyme and parsley indoors during the coldest months.
Select plants for good health and good taste to create your own smoothie garden.
It may sound like an old gardener’s tale, but it’s true: Wait until the first frost to harvest these six vegetables.
Peppers are among the easiest fruits to preserve. Check out more ways to save the goodness of peppers throughout the winter.
Go green this fall by planting the season’s best lettuce, spinach and cole crops in your raised garden bed.