Learn to grow peanuts in your own garden. This simple guide gives step-by-step instructions on how to plant, cultivate, and harvest your own peanut crop, including soil conditions and gardening techniques.
Cucumbers rank high on vegetable lovers' lists because of the delicious, refreshing crunch. Gardeners love the cucumber plant's lovely, sprawling vines. Check out this article for tips on growing and harvesting the cucumber plant.
California black-eyed peas don't like the cold -- but they like the South, and being grown there. Versatile and tasty, black-eyed peas are low in fat, high in fiber and protein. Learn how you can grow and prepare black-eyed peas.
Winter squash must be harvested before first frost -- but can remain delicious after, providing a number of nutrients. These vine-based growers can be baked, steamed, sauteed, or simmered. Learn how to grow winter squash.
The hearty, delicious eggplant is also a wonderful addition to your home vegetable garden, with its beautiful shape and colorful varieties. Check out this article for tips on growing and harvesting eggplant.
Everyone loves corn. Its sweetly satisfying flavor and versatility make it ever-present in American kitchens -- and some gardens. Check out tips on growing, selecting and preparing corn, and learn about corn's health benefits.
If you're looking for an uncomplicated vegetable to grow, choose green beans. There are several varieties of this delicious vegetable to choose from. This article will show you how to grow and harvest green beans.
Chinese cabbage has broad, thick, tender leaves and grows 15 to 18 inches tall. Grown only in cold weather, it is best seeded directly in the garden. Learn more about growing and harvesting Chinese cabbage.
Brussels sprouts can take three months to grow, but it's not a hard process -- and it can be a worthy one, given its cancer-fighting abilities and nutritional value. Learn how to grow Brussels sprouts.
Vegetable gardening success depends on choosing the right plants for your climate. Some plants require long, hot days, while others thrive in cool weather. Learn how to assess your climate to start a vegetable garden.
Summer squash needs sun, warm weather and is best when harvested young. It doesn't take much to grow these fiber -- and vitamin C -- rich vegetables. Learn more about how to grow and select summer squash.
The beautiful globe artichoke boasts a delicate, buttery flavor that will make you an instant fan. Learn how to grow, select and prepare globe artichokes, and find out about this popular vegetable's health benefits.
A clove a day keeps the doctor away? It might sound odd (and a bit stinky), but garlic has been used medicinally for centuries. In this article, we'll talk about growing, selecting and serving garlic, as well as explore the medicinal and healing history surrounding it.
Naturally sweet, hearty and good for you, carrots are must-haves in the kitchen and garden. In this article, you'll learn tips for growing, selecting and preparing carrots, and about their many health benefits.
Fun to eat, and even more fun to grow, cauliflower is a favorite among vegetable lovers and growers. Learn how to grow, select and prepare cauliflower, and find out about cauliflower's health benefits.