Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
These pieces of pickled rhubarb with ginger are great little bites on their own: crunchy, tart, and incredibly tasty, but add them a salad, and you've really got something spectacular!
A well-watered tomato plant is a happy tomato plant! Make your efforts to keep your tomatoes well-watered go further with this method for deep watering tomato plants.
This pickled curry cauliflower is bright and sassy, with a bit of a warm bite from the curry.
Follow these steps to maintaining a happy, healthy, and productive rhubarb patch, and you'll need to expand your rhubarb repertoire to keep up!
Spring's slow arrival means that seedlings are spending more time indoors this year. Here's a look at what you can do to ensure that your seedlings continue to grow strong and healthy, and will be garden-ready when the time comes.
Anxious to get some dirt under your fingernails? Try blending your own seed starting mix!
Looking for an easy weekend project to get ready for seed starting? Make your own paper pulp starter pots!
It's time to get growing! The fourth and final post in the Garden Planning 101 series is all about seed starting!
Next up in the Garden Planning 101 series: how to create a fruitful and functional garden layout.
Part II of the Garden Planning 101 series is all about considerations for selecting seeds and plants for the garden.