Gardening Index

Archived articles on gardening and edible landscaping design are listed below by category (click on the title):


Artichokes
Growing Artichokes
The Mystery of Artichokes

Beans (Heirloom)
Bean Buddies: growing Rancho Gordo's specialty beans
Crimson Flowered Fava Bean
Fava Beansgrowing and recipes
Growing Heirloom Beans 
Growing Runner Beans 

Heirloom Bean Growing Project
Lima Beans

Composting
Composting: Soil Magic with Sandwich composting

Cool Season Crops
Fava Shoots, from Garden to Plate
Growing Fava Beans (and a recipe)
Kale, a rainbow of varieties 

Ecological/Organic Gardening

Ecosystem Services for your garden
Creating a Healthy Garden Ecosystem 
Life After Conventional Gardens: A Liberating Experience
Maximize Free Ecosystem Services in Your Garden

Edible Landscaping
Edible Landscaping: Features We Love Living With
Edible Landscaping: Reviving the Valley of Heart's Delight
Edible Landscaping: Starting Small
Edible Landscaping Your Front Yard 
Growing Heirlooms and Saving Seeds
Our Edible Neighborhood  
Planning Your Heirloom Garden
Potatoes: Grow in a Container  
Useful Tips for Avoiding Jail Time While Vegetable Gardening Your Front Yard
Rosalind Creasy's Garden: Edible Landscaping with Color
Transform Your Garden, Transform Your Life

Your Edible Garden as Wildlife Habitat

Growing From Seed
How to Grow From Seed
How to Grow Seedlings and Transplant Them

Herbs
Ten Essential Herbs
Easy Winter Herbs for Teas

Jerusalem Artichokes
Growing Jerusalem Artichokes

Lettuce:
Lettuce in Winter
Heirloom: Grandma Hadley's

Saving Seed

Saving Seeds 
Saving Heirloom Seeds Through Crowd Sourcing
Seeds: The Rewards of a Seedy Garden

Miscellaneous
Green Garlicgrowing and cooking
Growing from Cuttings: an Olive Tree
Snails and Copper Barriers
What is Sustainable Gardening? See my test case
Using a Cold Frame to Start Your Summer Garden
Using a Soil Blocker





2 comments:


  1. I love reading through your blog, I wanted to leave a little comment to support you and wish you a good continuation.
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  2. Thanks for your kind comments!
    Patricia

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