Mae West was quoted as saying “The only carrots that interest me are the number you get in a diamond.” Okay, she was referring to . . .
According to the N.Y. Food Museum, 5,200,000 pounds of pickles are consumed annually in the United States, which equates to nine pounds per person. While . . .
Bidwell casaba melons are attractive, football-shaped melons with a creamy texture, pleasant aroma and a flavor reminiscent of orange sherbet. At 15 to 16 pounds . . .
Cool weather lettuce is one of the first crops out of the gate, and a welcome sight after months of less than fresh vegetables. Sure, . . .
If you are seeking a sweet, densely fleshed, medium to large eggplant, look no further than Mitoyo. Picture chubby, round to oval, glossy, black-skinned fruits . . .
The sugar maple (Acer saccharum) captures the imagination with its sweet sap harvested with a little spigot and its inspiring autumn display. It is one . . .
Wild strawberries are not uncommon in backyard gardens. They tend to crop up along fence lines in particular. These tiny, wild original strawberries look like . . .
Red Rubine Brussels sprouts (Brassica oleraea gemmifera ‘Rubine’) are unique, colorful plants that produce an abundant harvest of striking, reddish-purple sprouts. The plants are tall, . . .