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Category: Growing Vegetables

How to Grow Burdock – Edible Landscaping

Burdock is mostly known as a weed throughout the United States, but is considered an important root vegetable in Asian cooking. One burdock plant can produce up to 2 feet of edible root, which makes it a great addition to a wild vegetable garden....

How to Grow Swiss Chard – Edible Landscaping

Add a little extra color and nutrition to your garden by growing swiss chard this season. Swiss chard is considered a leafy green vegetable; however, the stalks may be white, yellow or red....

How to Grow Kale – Edible Landscaping

Kale is a hardy growing green from the cabbage family. The plant originated form Asia Minor and the Eastern Mediterranean. Kale can tolerate both mid-summer heat and cold temperatures....

How to Grow Spinach – Edible Landscaping

Homegrown greens are not only a healthy addition to your garden, but are easy to grow. Spinach is high in vitamins A, C, K and folate. It also contains manganese, potassium, iron and phytonutrients. In the garden, spinach is a hardy plant that can be planted successively from spring...

How to Grow Arugula – Edible Landscaping

Salad greens are great to add to your garden because they are fast growing and can be grown successively throughout the season. Arugula is a salad green with a tangy, peppery taste. It is commonly found in mesclun salad mixes at the supermarket. You can grow your own...

How to Grow Purslane – Edible Landscaping

You've probably walked over one of the healthiest vegetables available without even knowing it. Purslane often grows in the cracks between sidewalks. It was introduced around the world from Persia and India. Until recently, purslane has been forgotten as an important vegetable and seen as a weed in the...

How to Grow Wine Cap Mushrooms – Edible Landscaping

One of the easiest mushrooms to start growing at home is the Wine Cap mushroom, also known as King Stropharia. Wine cap mushrooms grow as big as portobello mushrooms, and have a meaty texture and taste. The spawn can be grown on a bed of wood chips and soil,...