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3 Ways You Can Harvest Garlic
Once the greens are about knee-high or taller, you can get ready for your triple play. Garlic Cloves You'll know garlic's underground bulbs are approaching maturity as the leaves start to brown in summer.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Oca: A New Tuber To Try This Year
Potatoes aren't the only tubers fit for you dinner plate—try oca, found in array of colors. Keep the plants well watered throughout the growing season, and give them plenty of room to roam—each plant can grow 3 feet wide.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Daikon Radish: Breaking The Rules, Not The Root
As I thought about it, I realized that we had a very cool spring here in Kentucky, which may have prevented the daikon from bolting and going to seed too quickly. Sometimes breaking the rules turns out OK.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Your Step-By-Step Guide To Growing Carrots In Containers
Step 3: Sow The Seeds Just as you do in the garden, sow carrot seeds about 1/4 to 1/2 inch apart. Grow carrots in containers for an excellent harvest of perfectly strait, delicious roots.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
15 Tips For Growing Your Best Beets Ever
After thinning, mulch with a layer of straw or shredded leaves to cut down on future watering needs. Thin the seedlings to 3 or 4 inches apart when they're about an inch tall. Employ a few of these beet-growing tips, and you'll really be able to maximize...
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
How To Grow Shallots
The best soil pH for shallots is between 5.5 and 6.5, but other than that, shallots aren't overly picky about soil conditions, as long as there's good drainage. The shallots can then be stored in mesh onion bags in a cool, dry, dark place.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
4 Root Crops To Get Your Spring Garden Started
Get a jump-start on the gardening season by planting these four delicious, early-spring root crops. Tags Dirt On Gardening , Lists For staggered harvests, sow 20 to 30 seeds every two weeks throughout the spring.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Crop Profile: Sweet Potatoes
But Mississippi is a large and proud contributor, Georgia grows a hefty amount, and as usual, California produces a fair share, too. Sweet Potato Pests and Diseases The main sweet-potato pests are insects, nematodes and diseases that affect the roots.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Bare Root Hollyhock Plants: Tips For Planting Hollyhock Roots
Don't plant too deeply though, just a couple inches below the soil.Bare root hollyhocks can be set on a mound of loose soil in the middle of the hole with another hole in the center for the taproot.
Ohio
Willoughby
Bare Root Planting – How To Plant A Bare Root Plant
You may have to mound up more soil to achieve this. What are bare root plants? If you receive bare root plants at a time when you cannot plant them in the garden, be sure to keep the roots moist until you can plant them.You can do this by moistening the...
Ohio
Willoughby
Astilbe Bare Roots – Learn About Bare Root Planting Of Astilbe
You should never allow them to dry out. If not, add a little water.Bare root planting of astilbe is fairly easy, as long as you remember to keep the roots damp. This is why growers ship the plants with their roots packed in moist material: they dry out...
Ohio
Willoughby
9 Tips for Growing Great Fennel
Do Not Use It As A Companion Plant Because fennel is a heavy feeder, it isn't known for being a particularly beneficial companion crop. The fronds are a great anise-flavored herb, the seeds are a wonderful spice known for their digestive properties, and...
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
How to Harvest Potatoes
We eat any that get cut or bruised during harvest within a few days. I simply brush off the excess soil with my hands and place the tubers in a shallow box or in brown paper bags. The skins of new potatoes are paper thin and easily bruised, so we cook...
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Horseradish: The Fall Herb Every Family Needs
A potent aromatic that can release congestion in many systems of the body, horseradish is a must-have root for every family garden. They thrive on being managed. With the leaves dropping, I know that my horseradish ( Armoracia rusticana ) will soon die...
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Spinach
Soil pH should be 6.5 to 7.5. When to plant: Direct-seed in very early spring (ideal soil temperatures for germination are between 55 and 65 degrees). Because its productivity is so closely linked to the weather, spinach harvests can be erratic from year...
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
6 Ways to Prep Your Soil for Better Carrots
Grow beautiful, straight, unblemished carrots by cultivating good soil health from seed planting to harvest. If the pH comes back too high (alkaline), you'll need to apply the suggested amount of elemental sulfur to drop the pH to the desired number.
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Philadelphia
How to Grow Radishes
These lightweight, white fabric covers rest on the plant tops and create a physical barrier to all kinds of pests. Pest Control The only trouble I sometimes face in growing radishes are the little holes I find in the foliage.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
You Say Potato, I Say Sunchoke
While it looks like a miniature sunflower, it doesn't develop seeds. In a couple months we'll trim off the tops to prepare for digging, though some people use a mower. You might have seen them at the farmers' market , but if you didn't know to look you...
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
What\'s an Apiaceae Vegetable and How Do I Grow It?
Carrots and celery require a lot of moisture, while parsnips can get by on less. Rotate locations with other vegetable families, such as cucurbits or nightshades. Harvesting When we begin harvesting Apiaceae vegetables depends on the variety you're growing.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Turnips
Where to plant: Garden; containers When to harvest: 55 days after seeding, when roots are 3 to 4 inches in diameter. Produce storage: Store roots unwashed just above freezing at a high humidity (a root cellar is ideal) for several months.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
7 Crops Impossible (Or Pretty Darn Difficult) To Kill
Squash Elizabeth Weller/Flickr Why They're Easy Squash plants, including zucchini, patty pan, pumpkins and butternuts, are vigorous and prolific plants. But the fall is far and away the easiest time to grow.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Growing Great Rutabagas
They take a full extra month to grow, but they'll reward you with sweetness and flavor. Bacillus thuringiensis ( Bt ) can be applied, though always avoid adding any pesticide—biological or not—for as long as you can to minimize collateral damage:...
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
When the pots are pretty... too pretty... the roots may be ugly
"Gift" or impulse plants, like seasonal items, orchids, and money plants, may be potted for show and not for grow. Option "A" would be a bare root tree from a well known mailorder nursery.
California
El Segundo
4 Tips for Growing Market-Worthy Radishes
“Radishes mature quickly,” says D.J. Herda, author of From Container to Kitchen (New Society Publishing, 2010). “Lousy soil, lousy garden—it's that simple.” Amend radish growing areas with several inches of organic matter, such as compost or...
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
6 White Vegetables You Need To Grow
Tags Dirt On Gardening , Lists , white vegetables Each plant bears a dozen or so 2- to 3-inch-wide fruits. As consumers of fruits and vegetables, the compounds found in these different plant pigments not only provide us with nutrition, but many of them...
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
When Are Potatoes Ready to Harvest?
Signs Your Potatoes Are Ready To Harvest Soon after your potato plants reach maturity, they come into flower. Protect the tubers from light, and don't layer them in the box or basket any more than a foot or so deep.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Rutabagas: A Humble Vegetable Worth Raving About
Not a sexy name and certainly not a sexy vegetable. Cut off the leafy tops immediately after harvest, leaving an inch-long stump of stems behind, and do not cut into the root itself.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Celeriac: An Underutilized Vegetable
Rinse and dry the leaves and then set them aside.4. Heat 1 tablespoon olive oil over medium-high heat in a large skillet. Squeeze the juice of 1- 2 lemons into a large bowl of cold water and keep it close by as you work with the celery root.
California
El Segundo
The Art of Chokes
This year marks the first time I've tried growing this warm-climate vegetable, and I'm going to have to work hard to see it through winter. I have to protect the roots from freezing temperatures with a deep, heavy layer of straw mulch that covers the...
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia