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From Yukon Golds to blues to fingerlings, learn about the many types of potatoes available.
Get tips on growing corn, beans, squash, tomatoes, chiles, cucumbers and more.
Brussel sprouts are big plants that need lots of attention, but they will reward you with plenty of harvest.
Winter squash and pumpkins come in a variety of vibrant and bizarre colors and shapes. Delicious roasted, they are the quintessential f...
Actually a vetch, this cool-weather crop matures in early summer, when other beans are just getting started.
Mushroom-picking in the wild is only for the experts, but you can grow your own at home with a simple box kit.
If you don't have a space in your garden for a vegetable patch, you can grow potatoes in bags or containers on your patio.
You can harvest frequently from these colorful plants. Snip the young leaves, and use them in summer salads or stir-fries.
Grow potatoes in an open, sunny site in well-drained soil. Plant early varieties one month before the last frosts are predicted, and ma...
Growing a successful crop of leafy greens in your garden will give you weeks of harvest.
If you sow spinach every few weeks in spring and late summer, you can enjoy extended harvests for several months.
Spring cabbage is ready in late spring, earlier if grown as spring greens, when other crops are just getting going. Give it a sheltered...
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