Winter Gardening for Vegetables?

Answer People prefer winter gardening for several reason. Winter vegetables of many varieties can be difficult to obtain, and homegrown versions are likely to taste better and be more readily available. S... Read More »

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Circle Gardening for Vegetables?

Circle vegetable gardens promote optimal use of space, while at the same time encouraging vegetable growth. Consider creating this type of garden if you have a small backyard, or limited gardening... Read More »

Zucchini Gardening with Complementary Vegetables?

Growing vegetables, such as zucchini, along with complementary vegetables provides benefits to both the zucchini and the surrounding vegetables. By using companion planting methods, gardeners are a... Read More »

What kinds of vegetables are good for container gardening?

Tomatoes for sure. With the right type of support, string beans, squashes, cukes can be grown. Root vegs. carrots, beets, turnips, (baby turnips are so good to eat raw. ) If you have the room a... Read More »

Winter Berry Shrub Gardening?

It can be Christmas all year round if you plant winter berry (Ilex verticillata), a member of the holly family, in your yard. Perhaps this is a slight exaggeration, but its deep red berries do ripe... Read More »