3 easy-to-grow edible plants: Sugar Snap Peas. These quick growers prefer cool temps; sow them in spring or fall. Their crunchy pods are so delicious plucked straight from the vine that we find they rarely make it all the way inside.
Blueberries- We love the Northern Highbush types such as ‘Bluecrop’; the shrubs grow to 6 feet tall and need winter chill to bear fruit. But their large blue berries have a delicious sweet-tart flavor, and they’re high in antioxidents.
Lemon 'Eureka' is aptly named; this lemon tree is rarely without gorgeous yellow fruits in the right climates; it literally bears all year. The standard market variety grows 20 feet tall. As a dwarf, it’s a dense tree with large dark leaves.
Tomato Blossom End Rot - How to prevent it. Dissolve of an uncoated asprin tablet in 1 gallon of water. Spray plants every weeks with the mixture to prevent fungus problems, including powdery mildew and black spot.