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Cabbages thrive when planted with herbs such as dill, mints, rosemary, thyme, and chamomile. Cabbage also grow well with other vegetables and are good companions to onions, garlic, peas, celery, potatoes, broad beans, and beets.

Learn how to grow Cabbage using our cabbage growing guide. Growing tips to improve your Cabbage harvest. Find out what companion plants to plant with your Cabbage.

Cabbage | Rodale's Organic Life.  Good help on crop rotation and mulching

Cabbage Is One Of The Easiest Vegetables To Grow In Your Garden

Cabbage Growing Guide: Organic Gardening Plant seedlings in the garden slightly deeper than they grew in flats. Space 6 to 12 inches apart in rows 1 to 2 feet apart. Wide spacings produce bigger heads, but young, small cabbages are tastier.

How to Grow Beans | Planet Natural

How to Grow Beans

When it comes to variety and versatility, growing beans can't be beat! Gardeners generally divide beans into three categories; shell beans, snap beans and dry beans.

10 Companion Plants to Grow with Your Tomatoes

10 Companion Plants to Grow with Your Tomatoes

10 Companion Plants to Grow with Your Tomatoes Basically, if it tastes good with tomatoes, it grows well with them.

Growing carrots in containers is easy and you can get a decent harvest of this sweet and crispy vegetable even if you don't have a garden! #hydroponicgardening

Growing carrots in containers is easy and you can get a decent harvest of this sweet and crispy vegetable even if you don't have a garden! #hydroponicgardening

A guide to growing herbs.

Easy-to-Grow Herbs

Add flavor to any dish with herbs straight from your garden. But I can (and have) killed most of these at some time or another.

Now is the time to plan, but where to start? Use this guide on how to plan for a garden for great tips to start the growing season off right.

How to Plan for a Garden

How to build a vertical garden. You can train vegetables like cucumbers, pole beans, and squash to go up instead of out.

How to Grow Beets| roast beets in the oven wrapped in foil & drizzled with olive oil, salt & pepper.

How to Grow Beets

Beets are a wonderful, hearty vegetable to grow in the garden. Best yet, if you sow seeds continuously, you can have a very long harvest. Learn more about how to grow beets in this post.

Star supports for tomato plants

Twine-Star Supports - Martha Stewart Lawn and GardenStar supports for tomato plants. The pentagram has such a deep connection to earth and growth!

How to get 2nd Growth from a cabbage.  When you harvest a cabbage, make two nicks crosswise on the top of the stump, and within a month or six weeks it will sprout again.

How to get Growth from a cabbage. Cut the head as closely as possible and it will sprout several more sprouts. OR: When you harvest a cabbage, make two nicks crosswise on the top of the stump, and within a month or six weeks it will sprout again.

All About Growing Beets Growing beets in your garden, and cooking beets in your kitchen, will open your world to rarer beet varieties, including ‘Chioggia’ and golden beets

All About Growing Beets - Organic Gardening

Red table beets are only the tip of the beet iceberg: Mangel beets can be used as livestock fodder, storage beets can be eaten all winter, and white or golden beets make a stunning edible display when mixed in a beet salad.

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