Vegetables

Who says you can't grow flavorful eggplants in your garden? The secret: Timing.
Spice up your garden (and your salad) with these flavorful little scallions.
Sweet potatoes are a holiday staple, and with these tips, you can serve them homegrown.
Plant garlic in fall and harvest it in summer.
These leafy greens are rich in carotenoids and can ease allegy symptoms.
Versatile, decorative, and fun—gourds belong in every garden.
Grow greens with distinct flavors for a livelier salad bowl.
Red Corn is a hardy and beautiful alternative to everyday sweet corn.
Purple carrots have all the tasty benefits of their orange counterparts, and then some.
Perennial crops bear a delectable harvest year after year without replanting.
A prolific summer squash, zucchini is a favorite among organic gardeners.
A step-by-step guide on how to grow peppers.
Practical and fun, growing potatoes is its own reward.
Heirloom fruits and vegetables are gifts that keep on giving.
What was once an also-ran takes top billing in the garden and at the table.
Combine rich soil and cool temperatures to grow the perfect turnip.
Plant peanuts in the sunniest patches of your garden for an extra no-hassle veggie.
This mild, cabbage-like veggie is great for salads and stir-fry.
Plant this cool-weather crop to add some green to your garden and your kitchen.
Enjoy ripe rhubarb every year before other summer crops are ready.
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