The Kitchen Garden

The Kitchen Garden

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A Root Cellar for Your Homestead
Long before the first light bulb, "miraculously" illuminated our lives-almost everyone owned a root cellar. The root cellar kept apples, c ...
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An Abundance of Zucchini
Zucchini is one of the easiest vegetables to grow, and certainly provides one of the most abundant harvests. A single "giant" zucchini ...
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Asparagus and Memories
I love spring and one of the first things I remember is our 3 acre asparagus patch. We got up just as dawn was breaking and be ...
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Brussel Sprout Season
History of the Brussels Sprouts began as early as the 16th century, but may have been earlier. They originated from Belgium. The seas ...
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Butternut Squash - Butternut Squash Recipes
Article about Butternut Squash and Butternut Squash Recipes.
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Cherries Galore!
We are very lucky have two old sweet cherry trees in our yard. When we first moved here, the trees were so tall you couldnÂ’t ge ...
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DIY Living Wall
Make a DIY Living Wall with the free tutorial from Sow And Dipity!
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Growing Blueberries!
Blueberries not only taste wonderful but the bushes they grow on will add a splash of color to your fall landscape with their lovely scarlet leaves!
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Growing Italian Parsley
Learn to Grow Italian Parsley with the free tutorial from the Untrained Housewife!
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Growing Old Fashioned Rhubarb
My Grandma Maudie loved making Rhubarb Pie. I can remember those homely looking plants with the reddish green stalks that remi ...
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Growing Salad Greens
Growing your own greens for salad is easy! There is nothing like picking your own salad ingredients. In the winter many of us will grab a b ...
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Seasonal Feature
Summer Harvest Tea

Before the cool weather sets in, enjoy the bounty of your herb, flower and vegetable gardens by giving a Summer Harvest Tea Party. Plan your theme around the garden, invite friends and family. Don't make it a formal affair, but rather a way to celebrate everyone's gardens and share produce, flowers, seeds and advice.

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Harvesting and Using Summer Squash

Summer squash is one of my favorite vegetables. I love the yellow summer squash in particular. They should be harvested while still tender, when they have a "glossy" appearance and are still small. You will most likely need to harvest daily once they start to appear.

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