5 Best Container Vegetables for Beginning Gardeners

5 Best Container Vegetables for Beginning Gardeners

5 best container vegetables for beginning gardeners, container gardening, gardening “Astia” zucchini squash: French bush variety, developed especially for containers and small space gardens.

Raised Garden Bed with painted rocks and a painted fence! Beautiful backyard idea!!! Budget friendly too!

Raised Bed Garden Designs

Raised Garden Bed with painted rocks and a painted fence! Beautiful backyard idea!!! Budget friendly too!

What a cute and cleaver idea! Clear around the planting area, for productive growth of the beans. Greate hideaway for kids in the yard, leave the grass in the center.

Pole Bean Tepee Hideaway

What a cute and cleaver idea! Clear around the planting area, for productive growth of the beans. Greate hideaway for kids in the yard, leave the grass in the center.

25 DIY Garden Projects Anyone Can Make. Some great ideas will have to try this summer!

25 DIY Garden Projects Anyone Can Make

25 DIY Garden Projects Anyone Can Make. Some great ideas will have to try this summer!

*Greenhouse Boxes...from old windows & wood. Fun and cinchy. would also work with an old door to hang pots or whatever... i like!

*Greenhouse Boxes...from old windows & wood. Fun and cinchy. would also work with an old door to hang pots or whatever... i like!

Grow amazing vegetables in raised bed gardens without importing a lot of expensive soil.

Grow amazing vegetables in raised bed gardens without importing a lot of expensive soil.

10 Easy to Grow Vegetables for Beginner Gardeners

10 Easy to Grow Vegetables for Beginner Gardeners

*STEWED RHUBARB - Don’t peel the deep pink stalks! Just wash them well, trim them and slice into three-quarters to one-inch lengths. For each pound, add 1/4 cup water and cook, covered, in a heavy pan until barely tender. This takes about 5 minutes. Add 1/2 to 1 cup sugar–to suit your taste–and cook until sugar is dissolved. Stir it gently but be careful not to mash it to pieces.

*STEWED RHUBARB - Don’t peel the deep pink stalks! Just wash them well, trim them and slice into three-quarters to one-inch lengths. For each pound, add 1/4 cup water and cook, covered, in a heavy pan until barely tender. This takes about 5 minutes. Add 1/2 to 1 cup sugar–to suit your taste–and cook until sugar is dissolved. Stir it gently but be careful not to mash it to pieces.

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