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“Aubergine,” or eggplant, is surprisingly easy to grow

Twilight Hybrid Eggplant

The word, “aubergine” rolled of the tongue of our neighbor much easier than it did mine. I can remember the gorgeous deep purple fruits and the dense feeling of holding them freshly picked. I’d walk home and tell my mom Mrs. Scott had given us another eggplant- then I would […]

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Spinach – Delicious, nutritious and easy to grow!

Our new Space Hybrid Spinach

We all know spinach is good for us. It might not make us pop muscles like Popeye, but spinach is packed with fiber and vitamins—A, C, E, K, B6—and calcium, folate, potassium, iron, and magnesium, Spinach is a perfect vegetable. Fresh spinach is a fantastic addition to salads, […]

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Going underground: How I found success with carrots

Tendersweet Carrots

With as much as I love carrots- and the bags we eat of them every week- you’d think I’d have mastered growing them long ago, right? Wrong. Carrots stumped me year after year. One spring my kids found carrots on seed tape and we planted them at the completely wrong time. […]

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Growing herbs – indoors or out!

I look at basil as the introductory herb- and herb gardening snowballs from there. I grew tomatoes in a container on the porch of our apartment in college, something my roommates thought was ridiculous until we had an abundance of fresh tomatoes and I made my favorite summer salad- sliced tomatoes with whole basil leaves […]

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Seeds, sets or transplants? How to plant onions.

Candy Apple Onions

Onions are supposed to be fool-proof. At least, that was what I was told in the small produce department of our local market. They were selling onion sets- red, white, or yellow- and at first I just thought they were mini-onions. The gentleman stacking the sets explained that all I […]

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