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With decades of experience growing organic edibles, Gardening Jones is a ..
27. Potatoes How do potatoes reproduce? The beginning stage is obvious if you have ever seen a spud sprouting. Did you know that if you ..read more
23 .  Onions Here’s how to enjoy fresh onions pretty much all year long: First, plant some Egyptian Onions aka Perennial Onions. As ..read more
20. Kohlrabi Yet another member of the cabbage family, after all it is a big family, these little green (usually) golf-ball size ( ..read more
This is the continuation of a series of posts based on my Dad’s comment: “A plant’s only purpose is to grow enough to reproduce. ..read more
14. Cucumbers As tempting as it may be to let your cukes get really large, they are for the most part just getting seedier. Harvest them ..read more
This is the latest installment in a series based on my Dad's comment: "A plant's only mission is to reproduce. If you threaten that, they ..read more
8. Brussel Sprouts These vastly misunderstood little guys seem to take forever to grow, a good 120 days or more, which is most of our ..read more
Okay, so you love to garden and it isn't work per se. I get it. Still, there's no reason you cannot harvest more for the same amount of ..read more
You’ve put your time into it, your money into it, and even your back into it. You should get the most produce possible, right? Here are ..read more

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