When I lived in the country outside of Little Rock, I really enjoyed growing my own produce. I never used any pesticides and the tomatoes, potatoes, lettuce, green beans, corn, watermelons, cantaloupes, peas, and spinach were some of the best I've had. It was fun to grow some heirloom tomatoes and watermelons like "Moon & Stars" or grow purple potatoes. Fun times.
Learn how to grow garlic so that your kitchen never runs out of a great, organic supply. It's easy to grow if you learn all the steps! Learn how to plant, maintain, and harvest your garlic in my post.
Most of us tend to think of apples in stoplight terms: red (Red Delicious), yellow (Golden Delicious) and green (Granny Smith). But with farmers’ growing interest in old-time heirloom crop varieties, it’s possible to find apples in an extensive range of flavors, textures and colors. Explore local orchards and farmers’ markets to find these heirloom treasures—or even try growing them yourself.