The most glorious time of year has finally arrived! Happy Summer Solstice! Here’s a quick photo update of the garden. Enjoy!
Author: The Garden Delicious
I love this stew because it uses bright and beautiful radish greens! Did you know the greens are edible? Store bought radishes usually have greens that have been squeezed, folded and bound with a rubber band so they don’t have much time in the fridge before getting slimy. Garden grown […]
Have you ever grown alfalfa sprouts? They’re SO easy, SO nutritious and SO delicious. They have a light and refreshing flavor to them and add an interesting texture to any salad or sandwich. My mother gifted me a Biosta stackable sprouter like this one. It was so easy to grow […]
The new, baby tomatoes are settling into their beds for the growing season. They look small and innocent but they will take off quickly. In order to be prepared for their growth and support them along the way, I’m building a new and improved tomato support system. Last year […]
Today is National Gardening Day! I hope these photos I took of the gardens at the Rondin Museum in Paris inspire you to get outside and create something magical!
This light and fresh asparagus pasta dish is one of our very favorite spring recipes. Asparagus is a spring veggie and is best eaten when the stalks are thin and crisp. The larger the diameter of the stalk, the tougher the asparagus will be. Give this delicious, seasonal pasta dish […]
This will be the first year I’ve grown potatoes in the garden. Potatoes are inexpensive at the grocery store so I wonder if it will be a waste of space to grow them at home? I’ve heard that home grown potatoes taste much better than store-bought. That’s true for everything […]
It’s early March but the weather is warming quickly. I think it’s going to be a hot summer. I need to get a drip irrigation system installed before I put in all the plants so I can ensure everyone gets enough to drink while conserving as much as possible and […]
I’m a very tidy person. I don’t like knick-knacks, clutter or unopened mail. Gardening offers me the opportunity to welcome a little bit of chaos into my life. I allow the wild nature of the garden to help me be flexible and let go of (a little bit of) control. […]
It’s finally springtime! I’m so relieved and so excited about the growing season ahead. In the winter, I feel like a little seed buried in the heavy soil, sitting in the dark alone, waiting for warmth and light. It’s hard to be motivated to do very much except hibernate. My […]