Why is Celery Bitter (And How to Fix It)

Why is Celery Bitter and How to Fix it - Bunch of Celery

There is nothing worse than going to all the effort of growing what should be delicious organic celery only to find it is bitter and horrible. There are five main reasons why celery becomes overly bitter. Read on to find out what causes celery to become bitter and how you can ensure your celery crop … Read more

What Makes Eggplants Bitter (and how to fix it)

What Makes Eggplants Bitter

Have you ever spent time lovingly cooking a dish with eggplant only to taste a mouthful of bitterness and horror? Well, I’ve been there too. And I wanted to find out what makes eggplants bitter and how to make sure I never eat a bitter eggplant again. Read on to find out more. What Makes … Read more

How To Grow Okra: Planting, Caring, And Harvesting Okra

How to Grow Okra - Planting, Caring and Harvesting Okra

Okra is a productive vegetable to grow in the vegetable garden, producing an abundant harvest of food for your table. Here we’ll explore how to grow okra including details on planting, caring for your okra plants, harvesting okra, and some ideas for how to eat them. Let’s dig in. Okra Plant Profile Okra, whose botanical … Read more

How to Grow Chayote Squash (Choko) – the easy way!

How to Grow Chayote Squash Choko - Chayote Squash Growing on the Vine

Find out how to grow chayote squash as we cover planting, caring for, and harvesting chayote at home. Chayote is a prolific producer when grown in the right conditions and a popular vegetable to grow in a survival garden, food forest, or just an urban vegetable garden, so let’s find out how. Chayote Squash Plant … Read more

How Many Ears Of Corn Grow On One Stalk? (Answered!)

How Many Ears Of Corn Grow On One Stalk - Corn Growing

Corn, also known as maize, originated in Mexico 9000 years ago and is now the staple food of many countries across the world. There are many different hybrids and cultivars of corn today. Some are designed for human consumption while others are more suited to animal feed. But have you ever wondered how many ears of … Read more

Kiwano Melon: Grow African Horned Melon and Eat the Fruit

Kiwano Melon Growing African Horned Melon and Eating the Fruit

While you may not always find the kiwano melon in your local grocery store, perceptive fans of recent blockbuster movies may recognize this strange-looking fruit. It makes cameos in Avengers: Endgame, Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It is also featured prominently in an episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Kiwano melon’s unique external appearance has led … Read more

How to Start Vegetable Seedlings Under Grow Lights

How to Start Vegetables Seeds Under Grow Lights

You may have seen some intermediate gardeners use grow lights before, but what are they all about? In this article, we’re going to be taking a deep look at grow lights: how they work, what grow lights are best for starting vegetable seedlings, and how to effectively use them. Find out how to start vegetable … Read more

Eating Warrigal Greens: Cooking and Recipes Ideas

Warrigal Greens Growing in the Wild

Not everyone has heard of warrigal greens yet, but they’re about to become your new favorite leafy green vegetable! These greens are delicious and can often be found growing wild along the coastline of many countries. So let’s take a look at warrigal greens to discover the true appeal of these versatile little leaves. What … Read more

Regrow Vegetables From Kitchen Scraps

Regrow Chinese Cabbage - Regrow Vegetable Scraps

Regrowing vegetables from kitchen scraps is a great way to start growing your own food. Not only that, but you can reduce food waste and start new plants for free. So here is a list of 16 vegetables you can regrow from kitchen scraps at home. 1. Avocado Avocado seeds can be used to grow as a … Read more

How to Grow Luffa Gourds for Loofah Sponges

Loofah Sponges - How to Grow Your Own Sponge

You’ve probably seen a loofah sponge in the store, or maybe you even have one in your shower right now. But do you know how loofah sponges are made? Many people are surprised to learn that loofah sponges grow on vines! Let’s take a look at the quirky luffa gourd and see how you can … Read more