Why Is My Cantaloupe Sour? Answered!

Cantaloupe Slices - Why is my Cantaloupe Sour

There is nothing more disappointing than biting into a piece of cantaloupe that is sour, unripe or crunchy. This is particularly true when you have taken the time and effort to grow the cantaloupe melons yourself. Growing cantaloupes is rewarding, and familiarizing yourself with common growing and harvesting techniques can mean the difference between a … Read more

Why Is My Ginger Plant Dying? Causes and Solutions

Why Is My Ginger Plant Dying - Causes and Solutions

Ginger is a very hardy plant, which makes it a great choice for gardeners. Plus, it’s delicious, and is great for indoor gardening. But sometimes, ginger can run into growing problems. If your ginger plant is dying, you probably want to know why so you can fix the issue. In this article, I’ll talk about … Read more

Cantaloupe Flowering But No Fruit? Causes And Solutions

Cantaloupe Flower - Cantaloupe Flowers But No Fruit

If your cantaloupe plants are flowering but not producing fruit, you’ll want to know why. After all, ripe cantaloupe is a delicious summer fruit, and it can be frustrating to see flowers but not get any fruit. There are only a few common reasons why cantaloupes might flower but not fruit. In this article, I’ll … Read more

Bell Peppers Not Germinating? 6 Tips to Sprout Them

Bell Pepper Plant - Bell Pepper Seeds Not Germinating

When bell pepper seeds don’t sprout, it can be frustrating and disappointing. It takes care, time, and the proper conditions for bell pepper seeds to germinate (also known as capsicums). So in this post, I’ll go over what all those conditions are, and give you some tips to get your bell pepper seeds to sprout … Read more

Why Is My Rhubarb Thin? (And How To Fix It)

Why is My Rhubarb Thin and How to Fix it

Rhubarb is known for its delicious stalks, while the leaves of the plant are inedible. So of course, you’re going to what thick, juicy rhubarb stalks. But what do you do when your rhubarb stalks are thin? Luckily, this issue can be fixed. In this post, I’ll look at why your rhubarb might be thin, … Read more

Globe Artichoke Vs. Jerusalem Artichoke: What’s the Difference?

Globe Artichoke Verses Jerusalem Artichoke

While both Globe Artichokes and Jerusalem Artichokes have the word “artichoke” in their name, they are actually wildly different plants. They may have similar culinary uses, but the way they grow and look is very different. So what is the difference between the Globe Artichoke and Jerusalem Artichoke? And how are they similar? Let’s take … Read more

Watermelon Plant Dying? Causes and Solutions

Why Is My Watermelon Plant Dying

Watermelon is one of my favorite fruits. There’s nothing better than biting into that crisp, sweet, juicy melon in the middle of summer. If you too love watermelons, then growing them is a no-brainer. However, watermelon plants can sometimes run into growing problems. And if your watermelon plant is dying, you’ll want to fix the … Read more

Eating Purslane the Edible Weed (with Recipe Ideas)

Eating Purslane with Recipe Ideas

Purslane is an edible weed and can be likened to finding treasure on the sidewalk. While purslane is not diamonds, it is the next best thing – free food! Take a peek in your garden, beside your driveway, in the cracks of paving or at the back of a city park and chances are you … Read more

Why Are My Beets So Small? Answered!

Why Are My Beets So Small

Beets are a delicious root vegetable, whether pickled, cooked whole or chopped up. While the leaves of beets can be eaten, what you really want are those delicious roots. So if your beets are small and aren’t growing very big, you’ll want to know why. Luckily, most of the time when beets are small, the … Read more

Eating Sweet Potato Leaves with Recipe Ideas

Eating Sweet Potato Leaves with Recipe Ideas

So you’ve managed to grow a crop of sweet potatoes and you’re looking at the long, leafy expanse of vines covering your garden and wondering if the sweet potato leaves are edible? The good news is you can eat sweet potato leaves. Read on to learn why you should add this veggie to your next … Read more