Vegetables

This spring, plant your own patchwork of greens and then mix together an edible work of art.
The secret to great spinach is to start early and plant frequently.
These frost-tender plants need warm weather, lots of sun, and plenty of room.
Keep root vegetables fresh and crisp through the cold months in this traditional outdoor cache.
Keep them cozy right in the ground
Whether for dining or decoration, winter squash are tasty, long keeping, and yes, even beautiful.
How do I store my potatoes and sweet potatoes for the winter?
Grow your own sweet corn this summer!
A Growing Guide
Sweet potatoes are a holiday staple, and with these tips, you can serve them homegrown.
For inexpensive, easy-to-grow nutrition, look no further than the humble bean.
Meet the organic growers who test vegetables for this magazine—and some of their favorite varieties.
These 10 plants proved outstanding in our variety trials.
Tomatoes guaranteed to give any salad or sandwich a slice of summer in every bite.
Purple carrots have all the tasty benefits of their orange counterparts, and then some.
Follow these directions and we guarantee you the biggest and best harvest you've ever had.
Who says you can't grow flavorful eggplants in your garden? The secret: Timing.
Red Corn is a hardy and beautiful alternative to everyday sweet corn.
Grow greens with distinct flavors for a livelier salad bowl.
This technique produces huge yields, and all you need is a simple paring knife.
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