Home Grown: Growing Asparagus. Always plant this perennial in a permanent location, preferably on the north side of the garden since it grows 3 to 4 feet tall. Continued at... Growing Asparagus http://www.farmersmarketonline.com/bk/OrganicGardening.htm#ASPARAGUS
*** (I LOVE my eggplants! All of which I'm growing in containers) How To Grow Eggplant - Eggplants grow on small bushes and can reach up to 5 feet tall. The gardening and growing requirements of eggplant is similar to tomato plants. Eggplants may grow through container gardening, in that way the plant can produce enough harvest for everyone.
Extending Harvest With Spring Planting. Gardeners typically extend their vegetable harvest by keeping their plants from being frosted or frozen at the end of the growing season. Another option is to start earlier in the season by planting vegetables that prefer to grow in cold or cool weather. Continued at... http://www.farmersmarketonline.com/tips/ExtendingHarvestWithSpringPlanting.htm
Home Grown: Starting a Garden from Seed. Growing plants from seed can save gardeners money and vastly increase the varieties that can be grown in a backyard garden. Gardeners can grow several transplants for the price of a few, store-bought plants, and the selection of varieties for sale is often limited. http://www.farmersmarketonline.com/tips/StartingaGardenfromSeed.htm
Small Space Gardening. If you have only a small space to grow vegetables, try planting closer together. Forget rows of seeds or plants with traditional distances between them. Just plant the recommended distance apart without rows. With intensive spacing, there is more efficient use of space and water. This method can allow you to shrink your garden up to 40 percent without losing planting room. Continued at... http://www.farmersmarketonline.com/tips/smallspace.htm