Vegetables

rhubarb

Rhubarb #1

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Did you know that rhubarb leaves contain a toxic substance? Only the stalks are good for eating. Do not allow your rhubarb to reach flowering stage – remove the flower stalk when it first appears.

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Lima Beans #4

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Did you know that lima beans interact with nitrogen-fixing bacteria to create their own fertilizer? For this reason, you should not plant lima beans near plants like green peppers that require more nitrogen as you will get healthy plants but little to no production.

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Tomato #5

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Did you know that tomatoes require significant moisture? Elevated gardens – especially ones with a water reservoir, like the Eco Garden, allow tomatoes to thrive as their tap-root will grow into the reservoir keeping the plants hydrated.

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Kohlrabi #1

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Did you know that Kohlrabi is a cold weather crop and can tolerate temperatures as low as 20°F? This plant can handle heat better than some others in the Cole family and produces better when there is a 10° to 15° differential between daytime and nighttime temperatures.

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Tomato #4

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Did you know that cherry tomatoes (and other similar size varieties) grow very well in a hanging basket? This can help you maximize production in a limited space garden.

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Summer Squash #4

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Did you know that Summer Squash is part of the cucumber family? While Summer Squash is technically a “squash”, we typically consume the immature fruit as a “summer” variety – where the skin and the flesh are considered edible.

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Spinach #3

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Did you know that spinach was brought to America by early colonists? Spinach dates back to the sixth century in China and it was used in Spain as early as the 11th century.

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Kale #2

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Did you know that kale has a very short growth period – ~55 days from transplants? Kale comes in many colorful varieties some for eating and some simply for their colors and “curly nature” of their leaves. If you live in a warmer climate, start your kale indoors for spring planting and harvesting before warm weather kicks in.

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Asparagus #2

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Did you know that it can take more than three years to establish an Asparagus bed?

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Carrots #3

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Did you know that in cooler climates you should start carrots indoors and then transplant? If you start carrots outside too early, some varieties will simply give up and not produce.

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