Monday, October 16, 2017

Tips for Growing Peppers in Your Vegetable Garden

Peppers are very tasty and versatile vegetables that come in a wide variety of colors, sizes, shapes and flavors. Growing Peppers is fairly easy, and in North America, the most popular to plant in the vegetable garden is the “sweet” pepper variety. The sweet pepper grows green and has a nice, mild taste to it. As the plant matures, it actually changes color, usually turning red and taking on a much spicier flavor. No matter which variety of peppers you choose to grow, the same rules tend to apply, and you will be left with a homegrown and colorful bounty. We have put together some tips for growing peppers in your very own backyard vegetable garden.

Friday, October 13, 2017

How To Plant & Grow Eggplant Seeds in Your Vegetable Garden

Eggplant is a beautiful dark purple plant that can be used to make a variety of wonderful dishes. A common favorite is eggplant parmesan, or it can be sliced and grilled, breaded and fried… The possibilities are endless with this versatile vegetable. Some varieties of eggplant are white, although the deep purple elongated version is the most popular.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Growing Sweet Corn in Your Vegetable Garden – How-To Tips

Sweet corn is one of the most delicious vegetables that can be grown at home. It is a wonderful summertime treat and can be used in a lot of delicious dishes and recipes. We have compiled some of
our tried-and-true sweet corn growing tips below. Let us know if you have any questions!

Friday, October 6, 2017

How to Grow Cabbage Plants in Your Vegetable Garden

Cabbage is a hardy vegetable that can come in a variety of pretty colors ranging from a very light green to darker greens and red shades. The plant has a mild flavor and is often used in soups or coleslaw, as well as eaten cooked and lightly salted. It is high in vitamins and fairly easy to grow. Although there are many varieties of cabbage available, green cabbage tends to be the most commonly grown in vegetable gardens. Below, we have provided some tips for cabbage farming in your very own backyard to help you grow the most beautiful and flavorful plants.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Tips & Tricks – How To Grow Broccoli in Your Vegetable Garden


Broccoli is a delicious green vegetable that offers a variety of wonderful health benefits. It is also very versatile and is used in a number of dishes, or it can simply be eaten raw, whether alone or in a salad. Below, we have provided some tips for growing broccoli in your very own backyard.

Make sure you are in the right environment and season. Broccoli prefers slightly cooler, mild weather, so take this into consideration when deciding whether you’d like to grow it in your garden.

Monday, September 25, 2017

How To Guide - Tips for Growing Carrots in Your Vegetable Garden

Carrots are a very nutrient-rich vegetable packed with beta carotene and have been known to help with eyesight issues. Carrots are actually very beautiful when planted, and many people choose to the best carrot seeds from a high-quality source to ensure the best-tasting harvest.
plant them as garden borders. They are a sturdy vegetable that even those without a green thumb can successfully grow. Nothing beats being able to walk right into your backyard for fresh vegetables to craft your dinner from. To start, select only

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Gardening How To – Tips for Growing Sunflowers

The sunflower is one of the most widely recognized flowers of all time. These blooms emit a sense of
warmth and joy that is unique to only this flower. Many don’t know that this large flower blooms in a wide variety of yellows, pinks and even reds. While the most typical sunflower is about 4 feet high or even higher – some can be 6 feet (or more!) – some forms of sunflower can be much shorter and smaller. These edible beauties add a lot of sunshine to any garden and home! Follow our tips below to get started.

Select your type - There are two forms of sunflowers; one is an annual and one is a perennial. If you choose to grow the perennial form, be sure to remember that it may take up to two to three years in some cases before the plant begins to bloom. You can opt to either grow them from seed or seedling, although many gardeners say that sunflowers are extremely easy to grow from the seed.