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Most cabbage plants are big and sprawling and, let's face it , how many do you need at once. Here are tips for growing cabbage over a long season.

Most cabbage plants are big and sprawling and, let's face it , how many do you need at once. Here are tips for growing cabbage over a long season.

Learning to Garden - Growing Herbs

Learning to Garden - Growing Herbs

Cabage Growing

Cabage Growing

Runåbergs fröer - Röd Malabarspenat, ekofrö

Runåbergs fröer - Röd Malabarspenat, ekofrö

Grow Longer: The Best Cold-Tolerant Veggies

Grow Longer: The Best Cold-Tolerant Veggies

Fall Gardening: Kale 'Premier' has leaves up to a foot long. The plant is upright and compact -great for in-garden or container planting.

Fall Gardening: Kale 'Premier' has leaves up to a foot long. The plant is upright and compact -great for in-garden or container planting.

Beans may be vined or bushy and come in several sizes and colors. Gardeners with small spaces can learn how to grow beans in pots. This article can help get you started with growing beans in containers.

Growing Beans In Containers: How To Care For Potted Bean Plants

Beans may be vined or bushy and come in several sizes and colors. Gardeners with small spaces can learn how to grow beans in pots. This article can help get you started with growing beans in containers.

Sweet Corn Growing Tips

Sweet Corn Growing Tips

No Garden? Here Are 66 Edible Plants You Can Grow At Home In Containers

No Garden? Here Are 66 Edible Plants You Can Grow At Home In Containers

Lettuce  One of the vegetable garden's most versatile plants, lettuce comes in an amazing array of colors, shapes, and tastes. Plant a few seeds every week and you'll have a constant crop for fresh salads.  Here's a hint: Planting lettuce in a shady spot in the summer months keeps the plant cool, so you can harvest into the hot months.  Standout Variety: 'Red Sails', an award-winning variety with reddish-bronze leaves. It's ready for harvest in 45 days.

Grow Longer: The Best Cold-Tolerant Veggies

Lettuce One of the vegetable garden's most versatile plants, lettuce comes in an amazing array of colors, shapes, and tastes. Plant a few seeds every week and you'll have a constant crop for fresh salads. Here's a hint: Planting lettuce in a shady spot in the summer months keeps the plant cool, so you can harvest into the hot months. Standout Variety: 'Red Sails', an award-winning variety with reddish-bronze leaves. It's ready for harvest in 45 days.

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