Root vegetables are fun and easy to grow. I always love the surprise of finding out how big the veggies are when I finally get to pull them. Carrots, radishes, beets, turnips, sweet poratoes, regular potatoes are all fun and easy to tend.
Radishes can be sown very close together. I generally divide a square […]
Ok, all you procrastinators…there’s still time to get in a few veggies for your winter garden. Some veggies thrive on the cooler weather, and in fact, taste better if they have cooler temperatures. Among these are peas of all varieties, beans, and the cruciferous veggies like broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, rutabagas, collards, and Brussels sprouts.
Root vegetables like beets, turnips, carrots, parsnips, onions, rutabagas, and radishes are easy to grow in raised beds or containers, and if you love them like I do, they’re very rewarding crops.
What most novice gardeners don’t think through before planting their root veggie seeds is that they need a good depth […]
The Cabbage Patch
The Brassica family (also called cruciferous or Cole family) includes broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Napa cabbage, bok choy, collards, rutabagas, and turnips. They all grow well together and should not be grown with the nightshades like tomatoes, eggplants and peppers. They should all be planted one per square foot. […]
This is a simple recipe, full of color and vitamins and hearty goodness. It has now replaced plain old mashed potatoes at our holiday dinners and special events.
Wash, peel and dice into 2″ cubes or pieces:
1 rutabaga (or swede as they’re also called)
If organic or home grown, you don’t need to peel […]