AeroGarden

AeroGarden: 4 Tips For Productive Use

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AeroGarden This indoor "smart" garden requires no growing skills. It is almost entirely automated. That said, AeroGarden costs about $150. That would buy a lot of fresh herbs over the course of three or four months, the...
Tomatillo

Tomatillo: 1 Delicious Recipe With Tomatillo

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Tomatillo The tomatillo looks like a tomato. It tastes like a tomato that's been sprinkled with lemon juice. Its name means "little tomato" in Spanish. But even though its monikers include the husk tomato, Mexican green...
Green Pumpkins

Green Pumpkins: 1 Epic Pumpkin Recipe

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Green Pumpkins Most likely, it has happened to us all. Your pumpkin vines are ending, and your fruits are not yet turning orange. Are they ripe? Can you eat green pumpkins? Is it possible to eat...
Quinault Strawberries

Quinault Strawberries: 8 Other Delicious Berries

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Quinault Strawberries Quinault strawberries are a cultivar capable of producing two harvests per annum: one in the spring, the early summer, and another in the fall. They are prolific during these two seasons but can also...
rainbow corn

Rainbow Corn: Miracle Glass Gem Seed

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Rainbow Corn Carl Barnes, a half-Cherokee Oklahoma farmer, died in 2016. His life was full of joy. Barnes was determined to connect with his Native American roots, and so he grew a multicolored corn variety,...
Ground Mustard

Ground Mustard: Eye of Newt Mustard Recipe

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Ground Mustard A common ingredient used in witchcraft recipes to make potions and elixirs was the eye of newt. This ancient ingredient was not actual newt eyeballs but a spice commonly known as a ground...
Cuban Oregano

Cuban Oregano: 2 Delicious Recipes To Try Now

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Cuban Oregano Little known in Southwest Florida, Cuban oregano has more aliases than a South Florida con artist. Masquerading as something it is not, this aromatic herb, Plectranthus amboinicus, isn't true oregano but a relative of...
horseradish plant

Horseradish Plant: Growing And Using

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HORSERADISH PLANT HISTORY The horseradish plant is a perennial root herb from the mustard family, including wasabi, broccoli, and cabbage. It comes from southeast Europe and western Asia but can now be grown around the world. The...
What is Shallots

What Is A Shallots? Plus 4 Delicious Recipes

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WHAT IS SHALLOTS? THEY are not baby onions, as many people mistakenly think. Instead, they are members of the allium family -- like the onion -- but grow in clusters, like garlic bulbs. They are usually off-white in...
Growing Eggplant

Growing Eggplant: 6 Easy Growing Tips

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Growing Eggplant Growing eggplant is an easy task in regions where summers are long-lasting and warm. On the other hand, where summers are short, sorts that mature fast and produce medium to small fruits may...