Posts filed under: Gardening

7 BENEFITS OF A GARDEN-TO-TABLE LIFESTYLE

Say you’ve already hopped on board and know that buying and eating locally grown food is more sustainable for the optimum well-being of your family’s health and for the growth of your community. You shop at your local mom &... Read More

Winter Veggies: Introducing Celeriac

Okay, first things first…. What is celeriac (AKA celery root)?  Nope, it’s not celery, but you’re close! Technically celery and celeriac are the same plant, but celeriac is grown for the root and celery is grown for the stalks. This... Read More

Guide to Growing Garlic

Fall is here, and that means it’s time to think about planting garlic! I prefer to plant garlic in the Fall in Wisconsin, so I have it come July when the tomatoes are ripening, and I am canning marinara sauce.... Read More

Confused on Carrots?

Carrots have been a favored veggie request in the garden this year along with many inquiries on growing tips & different varieties. We assume after seeing the bags of carrots in the grocery store that carrots are carrots, right?? Well,... Read More

Tomato Growing Tips!

We all love growing tomatoes.  They are a staple in the garden most gardeners can’t be without.  However, tomatoes are known to be a little high maintenance compared to other veggies.   Tomatoes start strong and healthy.  You start to see... Read More

Sick of fighting the potato bugs?

Do you love a perfect mash? Well, I’ve never met a potato I didn’t like. I get all sorts of excited when it comes time to start digging pounds of them out of the garden and piling them up. If... Read More

Growing & Eating the Rainbow

Are you ready to eat through the rainbow with me? Each color of produce has its own amazing benefits. Check out the most popular fruits and vegetables for each color and get inspired to brighten up your diet! RED +... Read More

Grounded to Grow

After reflecting on the past year I’ve noticed that I’m not the only one craving more purpose, simplicity, and new growth. If there ever was a year to put things into perspective, 2020 surely did it for me. In my morning... Read More