Growing Rhubarb is easy with these gardening tips. Learn about rhubarb plants… Rhubarb is drought tolerant and easily recovers from late frosts and hard, cold winters as long as you remember the one important factor: "Don't drown the Rhubarb.
Growing zuchinni: many experts recommend waiting until mid-July to plant so that you can avoid infestation of squash bug. Use rope or plastic bags cut into strips to tie it to a t-post. It can grow 5 foot or more.
060514 rhubarb ~ If you're planting from root stock or crowns, plant or divide the roots/crowns in early spring while the plants are still dormant. This is the favored method for planting rhubarb, particularly in the Northern climates.
Purslane - we call it a weed. This web page brings you purslane facts and purslane recipes to bolster your appreciation of this virtuous wild plant. A nutritious edible weed absolutely delicious when mixed with yogurt and garlic!
The latest craze in the green gardening market is the self-watering barrel garden. Barrel gardens are easy to make and efficient to use. A drum can hold up to 72 plants, allowing for more food to be harvested at a one time
Plant it once in a Northern Garden and it will come back every year. Rhubarb is great for jams or fruit crisps and healthy too!