Try these harvest tricks to stay cool when picking veggies in summer.
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Perk up your porch this fall with a pumpkin packed with pansies and more ideas for outdoors harvest decor.
Keep the goodness of the garden going longer by using techniques like drying and freezing to preserve your herbal harvest.
Knowing when to pick your container strawberries, tomatoes and melons will provide you with the best tastes.
Preserve the flavors of your harvest when you freeze herbs and dry homegrown chiles, onions and garlic bulbs.
Put aside some of your garden’s harvest for inexpensive, easy fall decorations.
Some fruits and vegetables signal when they’re ripe by changing color. But it can be tricky to know when other edibles are ready to harvest. Read our tips to learn when to pick.
Tomatoes and peppers when properly fertilized provide heaps of the produce you love. Apply a quality fertilizer now to produce a bountiful harvest later.
Tomatoes and peppers, when properly fertilized, provide heaps of the produce you love. Apply a quality fertilizer now to produce a bountiful harvest later.
More commonly referred to as celery root, celeriac really is the ugly duckling of the vegetable world.
Arrange pots of colorful mums, mini pumpkins, and assorted gourds for a tabletop display that celebrates the beauty of autumn.
Garlic is incredibly easy to grow, tastes great, and takes up hardly any space.