Root crops that like to grow in cool weather should be planted as soon as the soil is workable in spring. Planting in late April to early May is perfect. Growing cool weather crops helps gardeners maximize the short Minnesota growing season and enjoy fresh produce sooner. After quick turn crops like radishes … Continue Reading ››
We gardeners know that seed starting is an extremely satisfying endeavor! Watching your food grow from seed to sprout to snack creates a sense of true connection to your garden.
If you’ve never started seeds before, don’t stress, just start small! Pick a few plants you’d like to try, like … Continue Reading ››
When it’s warm outside and the threat of frost has passed, it’s finally time to plant out crops like tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and herbs. These plants do not appreciate cold weather, and could be stunted or killed by a late frost. Be patient! We recommend waiting until Mother's Day.
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You’ve prepared your beds and you’re itching to get the garden planted, but it’s still a bit chilly outside. Fret not! You can plant cold hardy crops before the last frost date!
Seedlings to Plant in Cool Weather
Cold weather crops like cabbage, broccoli, kohlrabi, and Brussels … Continue Reading ››
Thinking about growing vegetables this summer? That's great! We're here to help! Nothing compares to the flavor of a fresh tomato, plucked straight from the plant and still warm from the sun. Here's a quick 'n dirty guide to getting started.
Prepare Your Garden Site
Most vegetables … Continue Reading ››