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  • How do you grow cabbage from seeds in the garden. Planting, growing and harvesting cabbage successfully. Cabbage grows very well in cool weather. The seeds germinate quickly and are easy to transplant. How long does it take to grow a cabbage from a seed?

    How to Plant, Grow and Harvest Cabbage Plants

    How to Plant, Grow and Harvest Cabbage Plants

    by L M Reid6

  • Cooking and eating ampalaya that was grown in your own garden is a truly gratifying experience. This article will show you how to plant and care for ampalaya (without pesticides), as well as provide you with some easy recipes for cooking up the bitter, delicious gourd!

    How to Plant, Harvest, and Cook Ampalaya (Bitter Gourd)

    How to Plant, Harvest, and Cook Ampalaya (Bitter Gourd)

    by Roselyn Mendoza1

  • Here are some gardening tips for planting, growing and harvesting runner beans successfully, including how to make a cane wigwam to support the plants as they grow.

    How to Plant, Grow and Harvest Runner Beans

    How to Plant, Grow and Harvest Runner Beans

    by L M Reid0

  • Romaine Lettuce is one of those vegetables that is easy to regrow from cuttings. Just one bunch of lettuce, some soil, and this leafy green can be added to the garden with hardly any fuss.

    Growing Romaine Lettuce From Cuttings

    Growing Romaine Lettuce From Cuttings

    by Deborah Minter2

  • Mountain apple is a beautiful fruit tree that grows in many gardens and farms in Hawaii. It has a unique rose flavor, tastes sweet and extremely juicy. Mountain apples are usually eaten fresh or made into jams, pickles, and wines.

    Tropical Taste of Hawaii: The Mouthwatering Mountain Apple

    Tropical Taste of Hawaii: The Mouthwatering Mountain Apple

    by Viet Doan32

  • When moved to a new pot or plot, a strawberry plant can be very forgiving. But do it wrong and even the hardiest plant might wilt and die. Here's how to do it right.

    Easy Tips to Safely Transplant Strawberries

    Easy Tips to Safely Transplant Strawberries

    by Jana Louise Smit0

  • Ohio’s climate is well-suited for growing cold-season vegetables—onions are on the list. Whether from seeds directly into the garden or transplanted plants, growing thickening and spreading onion bulbs is best done in the spring … but not always.

    Growing Onions in Ohio

    Growing Onions in Ohio

    by Teri Silver0

  • As the weather gets cooler, ornamental cabbage and kale are leafy plants that produce bright foliage that gets more intense the colder it becomes. Both plants are close relatives to several vegetables, including cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, turnips, and mustard greens.

    Plant Ornamental Cabbage and Kale to Replace Frost-Bitten Annuals

    Plant Ornamental Cabbage and Kale to Replace Frost-Bitten Annuals

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney0

  • There’s nothing quite like pulling a ripe peach off your own tree, washing it up, and taking a bite…tasty! Juicy, tart, sweet, and tangy peaches grow on trees in Ohio orchards and fruit groves—but you can also cultivate them in your own backyard.

    Growing Peaches in Ohio

    Growing Peaches in Ohio

    by Teri Silver0

  • Mint is a versatile plant and a great practice herb for kids, health enthusiasts, DIY lovers, and new gardeners!

    10 Reasons to Grow Mint

    10 Reasons to Grow Mint

    by clovisj1

  • If you're wondering how you'll know when bananas are ready to pick, here are photos to showing the various stages. An attentive eye and patience are required to pick your bananas at the perfect time

    When to Harvest Bananas

    When to Harvest Bananas

    by Mary Wickison36

  • How to plant, grow and harvest scallions and spring onions. Growing scallions from seed starts with sowing in the spring in the garden. How do you plant and then transplant the seedlings. There is no difference between a green onion and a scallion.

    Planting, Growing and Harvesting Spring Onions

    Planting, Growing and Harvesting Spring Onions

    by L M Reid9

  • Did you ever want to grow your own garlic? This hub explains how to grow garlic, when to grow garlic and how to cultivate and harvest it. Garlic has many health benefits too, so why not give it a go?

    How To Grow Garlic: A Step by Step Guide

    How To Grow Garlic: A Step by Step Guide

    by Susan W21

  • A great way to grow potatoes in small spaces. Try growing potatoes in containers to save space and grow in an environment that's easy to maintain.

    How to Grow Potatoes in Containers

    How to Grow Potatoes in Containers

    by Audrey Kirchner84

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