When the days get shorter and the leaves change color, most gardeners have to put their veggies to bed for the winter. But you don’t have to say goodbye to fresh homegrown food just because there’s snow in your yard. Indoor gardening provides plenty of opportunities to grow no matter
Sprouts are one of the easiest foods you can grow yourself. You can do it indoors, at any time of year, with minimal gear and no soil or garden required! They’re perfect to grow in the winter and are fantastic for urban gardeners and apartment dwellers who want something fresh.
There’s nothing better than picking a garden fresh ripe tomato off the vine and slicing it up to eat. That’s the main reason I always plant plenty of tomatoes in my garden each year. But, no matter how carefully I tend my garden, I always end up with green tomatoes.
One of my favorite things to do in the spring and early summer is walk around my neighborhood and see what people are planting and growing. Since I live in the city, my neighborhood is filled with apartment buildings with plenty of balconies and porches, but not really any yards.
Dill (or dill weed) is a herb used in a variety of cuisines across the world. The leaves and seeds are used as herbs or spices for flavoring food, and all parts of the plant are edible. Though most gardeners grow dill as an annual herb, it is actually biennial.