1. Home
  2. Tags
  3. Edible Gardening

Tag Archives: Edible gardening

  • Plant a Strawberry Jar

    Full Sun Project You can enjoy scrumptious strawberries at home in any size yard by growing them in containers. A strawberry jar is an especially fun way to grow strawberries. Strawberry jars have holes on the sides of the pot for plants in addition to the top. Start by pouring potting [...] Read Full Article
  • Salsa Garden

    Full Sun Project Project Time: 3 hours Enjoy fresh salsa straight from your garden this summer. Plant a veggie bed with tomatoes, peppers, onions, chives and cilantro. Experiment growing different types of tomatoes. If you like chunky salsa choose smaller tomatoes with less juice like Super Sweet 1—or Roma. For juicier salsa plant [...] Read Full Article
  • National Apple Month

    October is National Apple Month and that has us thinking about apple pies, apple tarts, candied apples, and hot apple cider. Doesn't that have your mouth watering? With so many yummy apple dishes to make and enjoy, why not plant a tree and grow your very own apples? Choose an Apple Tree New Apples  Urban [...] Read Full Article
  • Let us Grow Lettuce

    Why grow salad? Fresh produce tastes better than store-bought produce and is more cost efficient. Just snip off what you want to eat and leave the rest for next time. You can also harvest extra and keep it in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. It's also worry-free: you can [...] Read Full Article
  • Grilled or Baked Cherry Balsamic Brie

    This is great year round appetizer. Grilling on the Kamado Joe really unique hint of smoke to the brie, but this recipe can be easily adapted to the oven. Grilled or Baked Cherry Balsamic Brie Ingredients: 1/2 jar McCutcheon’s Cherry Preserves 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar 1/2 cup chopped pecans 1 8 ounce round of brie cheese 1 loaf of [...] Read Full Article
  • Rosemary Cookies with Tomato Jam

    This recipe, is a wonderful riff on short bread--not too sweet, a wonderful texture, buttery, with the surprising hint of rosemary. Tomato jam is a revelation; a little sweet, a little savory, a great match for the shortbread. A friend of Pike's discovered that the plain cookie is AMAZING dipped in [...] Read Full Article
  • Blueberry Month

    Blueberry Month July is National Blueberry Month. It's a great time to celebrate this super fruit! Plant blueberries in your garden and you can pick fresh blueberries for all your summer entertaining.   Benefits of Growing Blueberries Blueberries have many benefits. They are a wonderful landscape plant. They have bell-shaped white flowers in the [...] Read Full Article
  • Hot Stuff

    Hot Stuff Peppers - How Hot are They? The Scoville Scale, named for it's creator Wilbur Scoville, measures the heat of peppers and other spicy foods. Some peppers such as bell peppers are quite mild with nearly no heat, while others like the Banana pepper have a mild amount of heat. Want [...] Read Full Article
  • Blueberries in the Garden

    Blueberries in the Garden Four Seasons of Beauty   There are many reasons to grow blueberries. The berries are delicious whether eaten fresh from the garden or used in tasty recipes. Blueberries also have many great health benefits. In fact researchers at the USDA Human Nutrition Center have ranked blueberries number one in [...] Read Full Article
  • Bare-Root Strawberries

    How to plant bare-root strawberries: In the ground Choose a sunny spot with well-draining soil. Trim the roots of the strawberry plants with scissors to 6 inches right before planting. Space your plants 2 - 3 feet apart in rows, leaving a foot in between the rows. Dig a hole for each plant. Mix [...] Read Full Article
Items 1 - 10 of 34 Displayed
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4