Greens... we hated them as kids but respect and even enjoy their healthy benefits as adults. That said, what about growing greens in the garden? Never fear. Use the following information to learn more about the care of greens and how to grow different types of greens in the garden.
All leafy greens are easy to grow, rich in nutrients (although some more than others) and some can be eaten both fresh and cooked. Harvesting leafy greens is a simple matter as well. Click here if you’re interested in learning how and when to harvest garden greens.
Growing greens in containers allows you to select the types of greens you favor rather than settling for one of those supermarket mixes. They?re also less expensive. A salad bowl garden is really a win/win. Click this article to find out how to grow greens in a pot.
If you get cold winters, you?re not going to be picking tomatoes in February. You may, however, be picking any leafy greens you like. If you?re growing in the winter, salad greens are the way to go. Learn how to grow greens over winter here.
I dare say most of us have never heard of growing komatsuna greens; I hadn?t. When I read about them, I began to wonder what does komatsuna taste like and how do you grow it. Read on to discover a wealth of interesting komatsuna facts.
Mizuna greens are a popular leafy vegetable from Asia that is used worldwide. Like many Asian greens, they are related to the more familiar mustard greens. For more information on growing mizuna greens, this article will help.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Growing collard greens is a southern tradition. Learning how to grow collard greens provides an abundant supply of this dark-green, leafy vegetable at other times of the year. Read here fore more information.
Growing mustards is something that may be unfamiliar to many gardeners, but this spicy green is quick and easy to grow. Read here to learn how to plant mustard greens and the steps for mustard greens growing.