Artichokes are a perennial that does best in an environment with cool summer temperatures and mild winters, but can be grown in any environment. They not only provide artichokes, but also add beauty and color to your garden! They are commonly grown for ornamental purposes since their flowers add such beauty! Once they are established they will need very little care.
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Video – Learn How to Grow Food In Your Backyard or Patio Using Our Free iOS & Android App! (Recorded @ 2020 OKC H&G Show)
This is a recording of Dale’s presentation at the 2020 OKC Home & Garden Show about how you can start growing your own food using our free app!
Learn how to grow your own food using our free “From Seed to Spoon” iOS and Android app that makes growing food simple!
This is a recording of Dale & Carrie talking at the 2019 OKC Home + Outdoor Living Show about how they grow food for their family of 6 in their OKC backyard.
These cat-attracting plants are not only fun for your cats, but also can have many benefits. They can be used to make herbal tea or to simply flower in your garden to attract bees. Catnip is also a great plant to have around to use as companion plants to help deter bugs away from your vegetables.
Chives are are one of the easiest plants to grow, and we enjoy them so much! Not only do chives taste wonderful as an addition to many meals, but they also add a unique look to your backyard and container garden and can help with pest prevention.
Cilantro is one of our most commonly used herbs in the kitchen. If you let it go to seed, you can get a second herb from the same plant: coriander! Both versions of this plant will give your dish a tasty kick!
We grow a variety of different types of beans throughout the year. We pretty much are growing a version of peas and beans year round where we live!
September is a great time to start growing food! The heat should fade away by the end of the month and it’ll start being nice enough to be outdoors again.
When people think about gardening and growing food, they typically associate it with the spring and summer months. However, fall is actually a better time to grow food than spring for several reasons!