Swap your junk food for veggie-packed fuel with these delicious, healthy recipes from HGTV.com.
These fruits and veggies are in season right now!
Don't let your garden harvest go to waste; learn how to prevent spoilage and maintain freshness by freezing your fruits and veggies.
Whether your garden produced a bountiful harvest or you scored a great deal at the farmer’s market, don’t let any of that good food go to waste.
Discover details about a wide variety of herbs and how to grow them in your garden with this guide.
Savor all the ways to enjoy pumpkin both sweet and savory with this collection of recipes from HGTV Gardens.
Find out what food trends will shape what you grow and what you cook this year. Plus, get some delicious garden-fresh recipes from HGTV.com.
Learn how to freeze vegetables and see how easy it is to fill your freezer with garden-grown goodness in winter from HGTV.
HGTV shares the latest edible trends from top chefs.
From a lemony chicken noodle soup recipe to a flurry of pumpkin soup recipes, use your garden harvest to create tasty soups and stews with easy recipe ideas from HGTV Gardens.
Sweet, sour and just a touch of heat from cinnamon will make pickled peaches your new favorite summer treat. Get the easy recipe and canning instructions at HGTV.
Black candy apples are a spooky twist on the classic fall treat. Get easy, step-by-step instructions for making candied apples from HGTV.
HGTV Gardens presents how to grill your garden fresh tomatoes.
Use fresh garden dill and leeks in this straight from the garden recipe.
Follow these easy, step-by-step instructions to make your own bread and butter pickles using cucumbers straight from the garden.
Learn how to make sweet apricot jam using fresh fruit from your backyard with a simple recipe and canning instructions from HGTV.
See what's growing in garden expert and author Amy Stewart's cocktail garden.
This cheesecake recipe from HGTV makes use of garden blueberries with the novel twist of wonton wrappers as the base.
HGTV Gardens recommends these fruits, vegetables and herbs for a delicious snack garden.
Breakfast through dinner. Hot or cold. The tomato is always welcome.