Enjoy early vegetables

This excerpt is from What’s Wrong With My Vegetable Garden? by David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth. Find it at:

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Whether you’ve just planted your tomato starts, or are already harvesting earlier crops like peas and favas — or at least were hoping to — it seems like there’s a lot that can go wrong with your vegetables. But most problems boil down to getting the temperature, soil, light, and water right. This excerpt from What’s Wrong With My Vegetable Garden? covers the main organic solutions you need to know. … Read more

This excerpt is from The Kitchen Gardener’s Handbook by Jennifer R. Bartley. Find it at:

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One of the joys of late spring is the beginning of the harvest season, as early fruits and vegetables mature. This excerpt from The Kitchen Gardener’s Handbook explores several designs for springtime kitchen gardens that not only produce delicious food, but are also pleasing to the eye, as well as having year-round interest. … Read more