Edible Gardening

The flavors and quality of your homegrown fruit are just so much better than what you can buy, and more importantly: more nutrient-dense! Plus organic fruits and berries are so expensive to buy… so why not grow them at home? You can also grow lots of tasty and nutrient-dense vegetables for yourself and your family.

A herb garden should be included in any garden! Whether it’s a mini herb garden on a kitchen window sill or for a container herb garden on a sunny patio.

If you want to learn everything there is to know about edible gardening, then start by reading through the posts below.

How to Harvest Cauliflower

How to Harvest Cauliflower

Cauliflowers, though not the easiest vegetable to grow, can be one of the most satisfying when harvested for this very reason. They take up a lot of space, and resources,…

Pink Lady Apples (Malus domestica)

Pink Lady Apples (Malus domestica)

Pink Lady® apples are a variety of the Malus Domestica species, that was developed in Australia, and are also commonly known as Cripps Pink. The apple is named for its…

How to Grow Chicory

How to Grow Chicory

Chicory (Cichorium intybus) is native to Europe where it was grown as a coffee substitute. The leaves are bitter and the taste may not be exciting to everyone but the…

How to Grow Stinging Nettle

How to Grow Stinging Nettle

Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) is a fast-growing plant that gets its name from the hairs on the stems. These hairs are used to protect the plant from animals and pests…

How To Grow Spring Onions

How To Grow Spring Onions

Spring onions, also known as green onions or bunching onions, can be grown almost all year round bar the coldest winter months. When you know how to grow spring onions…

Top 10 Medicinal Herbs to Grow In Your Garden

Top 10 Medicinal Herbs to Grow In Your Garden

When most people think of gardening, they think of growing fruits and vegetables. However, there are many other plants that can be grown in a garden that have medicinal properties….

8 Ideal Cauliflower Companion Plants

8 Ideal Cauliflower Companion Plants

Cauliflower is a distinct part of the Brassica family, with its large green leaves and full head of white flowers. As they need quite a lot of room to grow…

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