Tag: vegetable gardening

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Homegrown Harvest Photo Share – Carrots

Welcome to this week’s Homegrown Harvest Photo Share where the focus is on carrots! We love carrots and love seeding the garden with a variety of carrots. Since we’ve been growing in raised garden beds are carrot have been much easier to grow and… Continue Reading “Homegrown Harvest Photo Share – Carrots”

Homegrown Harvest Photo Share – Marigolds

We are obsessed with marigolds for all the good they do in the garden above and below ground. This week’s Homegrown Harvest Photo Share theme is marigolds!

Homegrown Harvest Photo Share: Oregano

Welcome to this week’s Homegrown Harvest Photo Share! The focus is on oregano, so if you have any photos of your own of this delicious herb, write your own post and be sure to include a ping back or share a link in the… Continue Reading “Homegrown Harvest Photo Share: Oregano”

Homegrown Harvest Photo Share – Broccoli

We’ve been craving fresh delicious broccoli around here lately. We have plenty of broccoli plants started in our indoor Tower Garden FLEX, but it will be a while before we can harvest it. So in the meantime, let’s enjoy sharing some of our broccoli… Continue Reading “Homegrown Harvest Photo Share – Broccoli”

Homegrown Harvest Photo Share- Cabbage

Our spotlight vegetable cabbage is this week’s photo share topic. Share with us photos of your cabbage you proudly grew and leave a link with your photos in the comment section. For more information about our Homegrown Harvest Photo Share page for more information… Continue Reading “Homegrown Harvest Photo Share- Cabbage”

Spotlight on Cabbage

Head cabbage originated in the Mediterranean region and was known to the ancients of both Greece and Rome, it was hailed for its medicinal purposes by both Cato and Elder. Ancient Egyptians and Romans ate large amounts of cabbage the night before drinking which allowed them to drink more.

A Bittersweet Time in the Garden

I came to love my rows, my beans, though so many more than I wanted. They attached me to the earth, and so I got strength like Antaeus.~ Henry David Thoreau Just as the Farmer’s Almanac called it, this autumn has been on the… Continue Reading “A Bittersweet Time in the Garden”