Don’t you love the crispy fries and mashed potatoes? Or, baked and roasted potatoes with herbs! Potatoes are mouthwatering and yummy in every way! I love potatoes in every way possible! We had potatoes growing in our grandfather’s farm, and my grandmother could churn out all kinds of delicious dishes with them. But, this kept me wondering, “ How many potatoes per plant yield?”
If you have been planning to grow your own foods or make an extra income through planting, you should consider climbing vegetables. These are definitely a good option in terms of fast growth, effortless maintenance and bountiful harvest.
Most climbing vegetables are vines, which make them easy to place in a container with support so they grow vertically or through a wired or wooden fence or even trellis that you may build and install on your own. This idea is beneficial in terms of saving some space.
Celery finds its way to most of the dishes in our kitchen from salads, stir fry to garnish our favorite dishes. I bet you love the crunch when you eat it raw as a light snack. You will hear the crunch and feel its crispness only when it is fresh. Whenever you pull put the celery stalks from the refrigerator, you might be wondering has the vegetable lost its slenderness already. I am very finicky when it comes to including limp stalks in my soups or any other dishes.
How do you like your Tomatillos? Want to eat it raw? Add it to your salads or use the pureed version for your lip-smacking Mexican recipes? You could also roast or grill these or add them to salsas. Either way, this sharp-tasting, and acidic vegetable is an excellent addition to your daily cuisine. Also known as the Mexican Husk tomato, this vegetable resembles the tomatoes in appearance once you remove the husk. Thus, it has the name that resembles its far cousin.
Growing Jalapenos this season? Want to know when is the perfect time to pick those spicy vegetables, so you get to enjoy its flavor with all the freshness intact? I agree that the growing period for this particular vegetable is quite long, and the wait can be frustrating. While it can take more than 8 weeks to see minimal growth in the plants, you will have to wait for about 3 to 4 months for it to produce peppers that are ripe enough to pick.