27 Plants that produce edible flowers
Got this from Seeds Now: Nothing will impress your guests like sprinkling some colorful flowers into a salad, onto pastries or even as a garnish in their favorite drinks. Edible flowers will add a beautiful splash of color to many dishes and they are readily available, when you're growing them right in your own garden!…
Lawina hulless barley - very good!!
My husband and I had a lentil and barley salad for dinner last night, built around the Lawina hulless barely I experimented with growing this year. The barley grew very easily in our dry, sandy soil and hot temps. I threshed it by hand (probably in the most inefficient way possible, but, hey, I'm new to processing grains!)…
In this I find beauty! What are tips and techniques to help this thrive !
Need a garlic expert
I've been growing hardneck (seed) garlic for 40+ years - the type that forms a garlic bulb underground and a cluster of bulblets/seeds at the top of its main stalk. This year I had a garlic plant come up off to the side of my regular patch which I figured was just from a stray seed. As the season progressed, it developed…