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Food Gardening Magazine • December 2020

Well, 2020 has been a challenging year in a lot of ways—but my food-gardening efforts, which I ramped up in early spring when I became more house-bound than ever, have kept me focused on happy things when times were tough. And I hope…  READ MORE right arrow
Bill Dugan - Executive Editor

Gardening with Amanda

If you’ve never made marshmallows before and you’re about to attempt it for the first time, all I have to say is brace yourself. It’s not difficult, in fact it’s quite simple, as are the ingredients in this recipe. But if you don’t know how to make homemade marshmallows already, you’re in for a fast-paced…  READ MORE right arrow
Hello December! The weather is getting colder, the holiday decorations are going up, and visions of early spring crops are dancing in your head. But you don’t need to wait all winter to scratch that gardening itch. In fact, there’s plenty you can do to keep your thumb green by gardening in December. Gardening in…  READ MORE right arrow
Making chicken stock at home is as easy as it gets if you already cook whole chickens at home, but the trick that makes it really easy is what you do to prepare. See, all summer long, you're overflowing with fresh veggies like carrots, onions, and garlic from your garden. You're probably chopping them up,…  READ MORE right arrow

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Avocados Collection
In this month’s Food Gardening Magazine, you get everything you need to know about growing avocados at home—this fruit just keeps gaining in popularity, and no wonder, with how delicious it is! Learn about five of the most popular varieties of avocado trees, so you can narrow down your choices to an avocado tree (or two) that will fit in with your landscape and bring you lots of luscious avocados just ready for picking! Soil and climate are key, so let us help you pick the best avocado trees to plant on your property.   READ MORE right arrow
Food Gardening Network Collection - Chamomile
In this month’s Food Gardening Magazine, you get everything you need to know about growing chamomile at home—this member of the daisy family looks, smells, and tastes wonderful! There are two main species of chamomile that gardeners raise; the species you choose will depend on whether you’re growing chamomile for tea, or you just want your chamomile for ground cover. You get all the tips, techniques, and advice about how to start and maintain an awesome chamomile garden, including Roman chamomile plant care and how that differs from tending the German chamomile perennial plants.  READ MORE right arrow
Cucumbers Collection
In this month’s Food Gardening Magazine, you get everything you need to know about growing cucumbers at home—they’re the second most popular home-gardening food item behind tomatoes! With about 100 varieties of cucumbers, we’ll help you narrow down your list with a look at some popular varieties that make growing cucumbers easy, so you can have a delicious cucumber harvest! It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the possible choices, so we’ll help you choose the best tasting cucumbers to grow in your garden.  READ MORE right arrow

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