Happy harvest time!
As we bid a fond farewell to the warm days of summer and crisp air moves in, our gardens too undergo a transformation, presenting us with a bounty that is the culmination of months of dedicated toil and care. We have new recipes weekly to share and all the tips and tricks to preserving your bounty! Now is also the time to plant cold-weather crops to eek out that last bit of gardening before we’re back indoors! Always make sure to check accordingly and determine your first frost date.
WHAT TO GROW NOW
NORTHERN ZONES 3-6
SOUTHERN ZONES 7-10
Plant beet, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kohlrabi, lettuce, onion, spinach, and turnip.
New recipes for the coziest season!
As we nurture our little patches of paradise in the backyard, we're rewarded with a bountiful harvest of fresh veggies, herbs and edible flowers! What’s better than plucking ripe peppers from your own garden or snipping some fresh basil from your windowsill? We’ve added a bunch of new garden fresh recipies to our blog - enjoy!
Roasted Potato and Carrots with Herbs
Quick Pickled Vegetables
Flavorful Stuffed Peppers
Butternut Squash Soup with Browned Butter & Sage
Holiday is Here!
Our holiday gift guide has a wide range of thoughtful and practical options that are sure to please any green thumb!
This holiday season, show your love and appreciation with a gift that speaks to their passion for gardening.
What you need now: Cold-Hardy Seeds
Labor Day weekend signals the passing of Summer's peak. Picking sweet tomatoes, watermelons, and peppers may not be an option in your garden for much longer, but that doesn't mean that your growing season has come to a complete halt! There are many delicious crops to be sown even after Labor Day. These varieties grow quickly, in time to mature before the frost kicks in, they are extra hardy, verdant, and longer-lasting.
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Let's Preserve Your Harvest!
Your hard work is finally paying off! Your tomatoes are brilliantly colorful, your carrot tops are full and leafy, and you should be proud. But when it all comes at once, you're left with one big question:
How am I going to eat all of this?
There are tons of different ways that you can stop the clock on food decay and set yourself up with delicious dishes for months to come. We're sharing 5 simple preservation methods that will help you handle your harvest when you have your hands full.READ THE BLOG