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Plant Raspberries this Spring -- Grow your raspberries on a trellis system in a raised garden box. I would only do one row per box with the box being half this width making it much easier to pick from both sides. Raspberries Trellis, Gardens Ideas, Gardens Boxes, Growing Raspberries Plants, Raised Gardens, Raised Beds, Raspberries Growing, Trellis System, How To Growing Raspberries
Here is a great way to grow a lot of tomatoes in a small area!
The smooth green 1-year-old canes and the rougher brown 2-year-old canes are easy to tell apart. Each spring, 1-year-old canes are trimmed back to below the fruiting area, and 2-year old canes are removed completely. Smooth Green, Gardens Ideas, Raspberries Growing, Pruning Raspberries, Raspberries Garden, Growing Raspberries, Growing Up, Plants Raspberries, Raspberries Plants
How to plant and care for raspberries
This is how to make tall, thick celery that is bunched together like at the grocery.
Like this edible garden from Houzz.com. The paths being positioned as they are allows you to reach in from both sides with no stepping on the soil. Gardens Ideas, Veggie Gardens, Edible Gardens, Potager Gardens, Vegetables Gardens, Traditional Landscape, Herbs Gardens, Tropical Gardens, French Style
Feast Your Eyes on Edible Gardens
Turn Your Yard into a Butterfly Nursery
Worm tubes, a place actually in the garden into which you can put vegetable scraps; the worms then come into the bottom of the tube, eat through the scraps, and move out into the garden to deposit their castings. Gardens Beds, Gardens Ideas, Worms Towers, Kitchens Scraps, Worms Compost, Worms Tube, Compost Direction, Camps Wanders, Worm Composting
Worm tubes: drop in kitchen scraps and compost directly in your beds. -- love this!
Flowers down the middle of the raised bed dividing the veggies; how to combine a cutting garden with a veggie garden. Genius!
Once they're established, growing Jerusalem artichokes is more a matter of containing than encouraging them. These productive, nutty-flavored tubers can stand in for potatoes.data-pin-do= Gardens Ideas, Organizations Gardens, Jerusalem Artichokes, Gardens Veggie, Mothers Earth, Earth News, Mother Earth, Growing Jerusalem, Mine Growing
All About Growing Jerusalem Artichokes - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS
Jerusalem Artichoke - Love these, they taste a bit like, well, artichokes and you can't get them unless you grow em. Even the hubs likes em. I like them fried in onions best. Can't wait to have these again Jardin Potager, Jerusalem Artichokes, Vegetables, Kitchens Gardens, Food Forests, Forests Gardens, Gurney Seeds, Groovy Jerusalem, Gardens Growing
Growing Chayote - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS
is this cool or what??!! tree trellis!
Growing vegetables hydroponically. We harvested fresh peppers in February - in Minnesota!
An Experiment in Hydroponics - Get Busy Gardening
Tom Stuart-Smith's meadow in bloom. Plants growing in the grounds include Dianthus carthusianorum, Echinacea paradoxa, Penstemon cobaea and Penstemon barbatus subsp. coccineus. Cottages Gardens, Dianthus Carthusianorum, Wildflowers Meadow, Plants, Toms Stuartsmith, Exotic Meadow, Design, Backyards, Toms Stuart Smith
Tom Stuart-Smith's meadow in bloom. Plants growing in the grounds include Dianthus carthusianorum, Echinacea paradoxa, Penstemon cobaea and Penstemon barbatus subsp. coccineus.
"Purple sprouting A beautiful old broccoli, from England. Pruple sprouting is primarily known for its color but also the taste. The plant forms its abundance of purple shoots after the winter, from February to April. You sow it in spring to early summer, transplanting by autumn. Planting distance is at least 45 cm, the plants are strong!" Gardens Ideas, Broccoli Plants, Broccoli Trees, Purple Sprouts, Summer Purple, Broccoli Sprouts, Purple Seeds, Food Recipe, Edible Landscapes
"Purple sprouting A beautiful old broccoli, from England. Pruple sprouting is primarily known for its color but also the taste. The plant forms its abundance of purple shoots after the winter, from February to April. You sow it in spring to early summer, transplanting by autumn. Planting distance is at least 45 cm, the plants are strong!"
Prickly Pear Opuntia humifusa Uses: Culinary/Medicinal Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 5-10) When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall Ease of Germination: Difficult Interesting cactus, winter hardy in Ontario. Bears edible fruits (pears) having pleasant, sweet, somewhat acid taste. May be eaten raw or dried, first discarding thick skins and seeds. Prefers sandy soil. Difficult to germinate; may take two years. S4745 Seeds $5.25/pkt S4745 Bulk Seeds $52.00/10g