Tag: Vegetable Garden
Clues that Your Vegetables are Ready Before you get ahead of yourself, step back and think about when you planted your vegetable garden. Vegetables such as asparagus, mushrooms, chives, and oregano are planted early in the growing season whereas tomatoes, potatoes, and onions are planted later in the season, so their harvest dates can differ. Each vegetables growing season starts shortly after the last spring frost date for a specified city/state and(…)
When to Harvest Your Corn In a short and “sweet” one sentence answer, the best time to harvest your corn is when the silk tassels turn brown, but the husks are still green. This typically occurs when your crop is 7 to 8 feet tall and occurs about 20 days after the silk first appears. Each corn stalk should have at least one ear of corn near the top, and(…)
If you’re looking for great gardening tips for your vegetable garden, watch this video from WEAU and Blain’s Farm & Fleet’s very own Kristin Mickelson. Getting started with a garden is quick and easy with these simple recommendations. You’ll have yummy home grown vegetables in no time.
Learning about gardening zones is the first step to a plentiful vegetable garden. Starting a vegetable garden can be a fun and healthy activity. First, you have to ask yourself which vegetables you want to plant. More importantly, you have to determine which vegetables can actually grow in your area. Here are some easy plants to grow in your garden, depending on which USDA Hardiness Zone you live in. Green Beans(…)