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With Fava Beans, to Peel or Not to Peel Is the Question

With Fava Beans, to Peel or Not to Peel Is the Question

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Fava lovers debate whether removing the skins improves flavor and texture. Try them both ways and decide for yourself.

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How to Grow Favas, the Cool-Season Bean

How to Grow Favas, the Cool-Season Bean

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This meaty, Old World legume is long on flavor.

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A Freestanding Tomato Trellis Improves Yields and Keeps the Garden Neat

A Freestanding Tomato Trellis Improves Yields and Keeps the Garden Neat

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Trellis and train your tomato plants for big fruit that ripens fast.

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Growing Herbs in Windowboxes

Growing Herbs in Windowboxes

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Short on garden space? Grow your herbs even closer to the kitchen in windowboxes that fit your style.

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The Road to Healthy, Productive Tomatoes

The Road to Healthy, Productive Tomatoes

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One of the surest ways to healthy, productive tomato plants is a strategy that prevents tomato diseases.

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Try Hydroponics for Great Vegetables

Try Hydroponics for Great Vegetables

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Say goodbye to backbreaking work and garden pests, and garden all winter long with a hydroponic system.

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Lemon Herbs

Lemon Herbs

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Lemon verbena, lemon balm, lemon thyme, lemon basil, and lemon grass offer ethereal aroma and essence to many foods. And they provide color, fragrance, and texture to the garden.

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How to Grow Beets

How to Grow Beets

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Beets can be easy and satisfying to grow if you prepare the soil well, fertilize carefully, sow the seed lavishly, and thin them conscientiously.

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How to Grow Bell Peppers

How to Grow Bell Peppers

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Sweet peppers offer a summer finale to savor.

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How and When to Water Your Garden

How and When to Water Your Garden

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Quench your plants' thirst without overdoing it. By getting to know your soil, keeping water where it needs to be, and knowing when to get out the hose, you can effectively water your garden and save money, too.

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How to Grow Sage

How to Grow Sage

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Grow this perennial herb to enliven your garden and your cooking.

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How to Grow Sweet, Tasty Muskmelons

How to Grow Sweet, Tasty Muskmelons

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For the best flavor, grow long-season varieties, says melon grower Laurie Todd. She offers advice on everything from seed starting to harvesting.

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How to Prune an Old Apple Tree

How to Prune an Old Apple Tree

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Pruning can bring an old tree back to health and let you reap the fruit of your labor.

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Designing with Rhubarb

Designing with Rhubarb

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Rhubarb is a particularly striking vegetable to use in kitchen garden design.

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How to Grow Cilantro

How to Grow Cilantro

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Favored in fiery cuisines (like salsa), this herb likes cool weather. Here's how to grow and harvest cilantro.

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How to Grow Asparagus

How to Grow Asparagus

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Asparagus is one of the tastiest, easiest vegetables you can g row. A little work up front pays off with years of good eating. Find out how to plant and manage this quintessential spring crop.

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Cooking with Fresh Strawberries

Cooking with Fresh Strawberries

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Ripe, juicy, freshly picked strawberries beg for the cook's creative expression.

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How to Grow Parsley

How to Grow Parsley

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This indispensable, easy-to-grow culinary herb wins accolades for its piquant flavor. It’s highly ornamental in pots, borders, or the vegetable garden; and it stores and freezes beautifully.

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A Seattle Terrace Garden

A Seattle Terrace Garden

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This garden features perennial fruits, vegetables, and herbs selected for productivity as well as for looks. Cedar-edged brick paths give the garden structure.

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Yes, You Can Practice Crop Rotation

Yes, You Can Practice Crop Rotation

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Here is a simple approach to a complex concept. If you rotate crops according to their nutritional requirements, then you can add soil amendments in rotation, too.

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