How To Grow Broccoli

Broccoli in the garden

Broccoli is another cool weather crop that you can grow at home. It is a cole crop and part of the Brassica family along with Brussels Sprouts, kale and cabbage. Starting Seeds Early In The Season Broccoli can take a long time to grow, some take 85 – 100 days to harvest, so it is…

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Growing Rhubarb

Growing Rhubarb in your garden easy, inexpensive and rewarding. Grow Your Own Food is an information series on Gardening in Canada that covers every aspect of growing your own food at home. I help you every step of the way so that you can have the garden you dream of.     Rhubarb has had…

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How To Grow Rhubarb

Rhubarb is an easy to grow, cold hardy and drought tolerant perennial vegetable that produces for up to 20 years. It is one of the first spring foods that can be eaten from the garden and freezes well so you always have a supply on hand year round. Where Should I Plant Rhubarb? You have…

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How To Grow Peas

A look at How To Grow Peas, another cool weather crop that we can plant in early spring With some planning you can have a second late season harvest. Types Of Peas Peas have various growth patterns. They can be trailing and bush varieties. Vining peas will require fencing. The height information of the particular…

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Your Canadian Gardening Zone

Know your Canadian gardening zone and what that means. Grow Your Own Food  is an information series on gardening in Canada that will get you started on the right foot and help you every step of the way to having the garden you dream of! Whether it’s a backyard garden, community garden plot or a…

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Choosing Seeds

We discuss choosing seeds and the role it plays in planning your garden. Grow Your Own Food is an information series on gardening in Canada that will get you started on the right foot and help you every step of the way to having the garden you dream of! Seeds. We see them everywhere this…

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