It’s time to get your fall vegetables in the ground – or into raised beds or just great big pots, which are what I use.
With the heat wave still with us, you might be wondering what kinds of foods are best to stay hydrated.
As summer gets going, the ‘cool weather crops’ that do well in the spring, such as lettuce, begin to go to seed.
When plants like cilantro and parsley and lettuces get too hot, they simply go to seed to ensure a new generation.
There’s a reason experts say not to plant annuals before Mother’s Day around here, because until mid-May, there’s still the chance of an overnight frost.
A New Jersey company is recalling certain types of lettuce after concerns arose about possible listeria contamination.
Save water by rinsing vegetables in a bowl.