Vegetable Growing ✿
Vegetable gardens, kitchen gardens, raised beds, urban and rural small-scale, organic food growing plus ideas for growing fruits, nuts, and veggies in the home…
Indoor Vegetable Growing ✿
Root Vegetables ✿
There are plenty of delicious fast-growing vegetables you can grow in the cooler months of spring and fall. Most of the suggestions on this list grow from seed to harvest in just six weeks or less. For a variety of leafy greens to carrots, beets, radishes, and peas, grab some seeds and start sowing.
Powdery mildew is a common garden problem affecting flowering plants including fruits and vegetables. It is fairly easy to identify based on the gray-white powder that forms on leaves and stems. While there is no cure, there are things like milk solutions that can discourage this fungal disease from spreading.
Growing microgreens indoors is the easiest of all indoor food growing. These little sprouted seeds are veggie and herb seedlings and can be harvested within weeks. They offer a multitude of flavours from mild to spicy, with nutty and hot ones as well, and you can grow a good amount in small space. And, bonus, if you harvest them right, microgreens regrow after cutting.
We’re hearing a lot about victory gardens lately as more of us are confined to our homes and looking for ways both to keep active, productive, and grow some of our own food. During both world wars, millions of people began growing vegetables at home to better secure their food supply.