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Dallas Plant Zones | 37 Best Plants for Dallas - balconygardenweb.com - Usa - state Texas
balconygardenweb.com
07.08.2023 / 12:01

Dallas Plant Zones | 37 Best Plants for Dallas

Discover in detail about the Dallas Plant Zones that will give you an idea about which plants to grow in which area.

How to grow shallots (+ some late-season succession tips), with k greene - awaytogarden.com - New York - county Hudson - county Valley
awaytogarden.com
05.08.2023 / 00:39

How to grow shallots (+ some late-season succession tips), with k greene

The harvest video was on Hudson Valley Seed’s Instagram account, and one of that New York-based organic seed company’s co-founders, K Greene, talked with me about growing shallots and their more commonly grown cousin, garlic. He also shared some other ideas for succession sowing of edibles whose planting time still lies ahead—whether for fall harvest or to over-winter and enjoying in the year ahead. Read along as you listen to the Aug. 7, 2023 edition of my public-radio show and podcast using the player below. You can subscribe to all future editions on Apple Podcasts (iTunes) o

Trader Joe’s Unexpected Broccoli Cheddar Soup Recalled for Bugs - bhg.com - Washington - state Texas - state California - state Illinois - state Pennsylvania - state Florida - state Connecticut
bhg.com
28.07.2023 / 18:07

Trader Joe’s Unexpected Broccoli Cheddar Soup Recalled for Bugs

From trying cottage cheese ice cream to adding protein powder and bananas to morning coffee, the internet is ablaze with protein hacks lately—but Trader Joe’s just announced a bit of extra protein in its Unexpected Broccoli Cheddar Soup that you may not want to try.

Trader Joe’s Recalls Frozen Fully Cooked Falafel for Potential Rocks - bhg.com - Georgia - New York - state Kentucky - state Missouri - state Texas - state Illinois - state Pennsylvania - state Florida - state Maryland - state Colorado - state Michigan - state Ohio - state Louisiana - state Alabama - state Arkansas - state North Carolina - state Minnesota - state Connecticut - state Massachusets - state Wisconsin - state Maine - state New Jersey - state South Carolina - state Oklahoma - state Indiana - state Vermont - state Tennessee - state New Mexico - state Iowa - state Delaware
bhg.com
28.07.2023 / 18:07

Trader Joe’s Recalls Frozen Fully Cooked Falafel for Potential Rocks

Everyone loves falafel—it’s a year-round staple, and the frozen options at Trader Joe’s make it incredibly easy to prepare. But today, you should probably rid your freezer shelves of any Trader Joe’s falafel: In the company’s third food recall this week, on July 28 Trader Joe’s recalled its fan-favorite Fully Cooked Falafel after being informed by the supplier that rocks were found in the food.

See you there? my 2011 events so far - awaytogarden.com - state Connecticut - state Massachusets - state Maine - state New Jersey - state New York - county Hill - county Hudson - county Valley
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 23:12

See you there? my 2011 events so far

I’ll be roaming the Northeast in the early going, in places as close to home as the Berkshires of Massachusetts and the Hudson Valley of New York, but also across Massachusetts and as far as New Hampshire, Maine, New Jersey and coastal Connecticut. Events here in the garden will begin again in April; stay tuned for a fuller schedule of those, with just the first couple mentioned below.What’s planned already:Saturday, February 19, 2 PM: Lecture to benefit Berkshire Botanical Garden, Monument Mountain Regional High School, Great Barrington, MA.Thursday, March 3, 7 PM: R.J. Ju

Succumbing to the ‘hudson valley seed library’ - awaytogarden.com - county Hudson - county Valley
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 23:09

Succumbing to the ‘hudson valley seed library’

Hudson Valley Seed Library’s motto is “Heirloom Seeds With Local Roots,” and they specialize in heirloom seed “rooted in the history and soils of the Northeast.” The co-founders’ goal for their first-year business is to grow all their seed locally by 2014, much of it on their land in Accord, NY. Ken Greene and Doug Muller want to rekindle the knowledge and spirit of seed-saving at a local level, “to close the loop from seed to seed that is necessary for a truly local sustainable local food system,” they say.I think it’s a great reminder for all of us, wherever we live, especially right now: We can save some of our seeds from year to year, and also share it. Fostering this kind of consciousness and engagement is what the Seed Library is excited about.Anyone anywhere can order from their web-based catalog, and there’s a way to get more involved: Join the Seed Library, for $20 a year, which includes 10 packs of seeds (plain wrappers, not the fancy ones a

Workshop saturday: fall and beyond - awaytogarden.com - county Hudson - county Valley
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:59

Workshop saturday: fall and beyond

On Saturday, September 5, just as Mercury goes retrograde again (heaven help us), Bob Hyland, Andrew Beckman and I will give a hands-on class from 11-1 at their Loomis Creek Nursery, near Hudson, NY. We’ll show you what to cut back, and not; review the basics of composting and offseason soil care; prepare to have fresh herbs on hand for the winter; teach you how to stash precious but nonhardy “investment plants” safely for the winter, make room for bulbs and lots more.All for $5, and a phone call to reserve a spot; we have a few remaining. Loomis Creek is at (518) 851-9801. (And p.s., that’s an oakleaf hydrangea up top, H. quercifolia, in the colors that are coming up soon.)Categorieshow-to

A way to garden in the dallas morning news! - awaytogarden.com
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:50

A way to garden in the dallas morning news!

EVEN THOUGH WE HAVEN’T LEFT THE HOUSE in a week…winter, you know (and book-editing, and a pile of seed catalogs)…we get around, Jack the Demon Cat and I. In fact, this week we made the scene in Dallas, thanks to our new friend Mariana Greene, garden editor of The Dallas Morning News.

Sow what now? growing a fall garden and saving seed, with ken greene - awaytogarden.com - county Hudson - county Valley
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:50

Sow what now? growing a fall garden and saving seed, with ken greene

This year, I’m late, late, late—and I’m conveniently blaming circumstances beyond my control. After frozen ground in April, no rain for three-plus weeks in May, and a June of incredible deluges, some of my best-laid plans aren’t looking so swell. Maybe you’re in the same situation. With all the upside-down spring weather that made headlines around the nation, I suspect it’s not just me who fell “behind.” There’s still time for a positive outcome.Ken (below, saving tomato seed), founder of Hudson Valley Seed Library catalog and an organic seed farmer, joined me on the public-radio show and podcast to talk about planting for late summer into late fall harvest (think: pea-shoot salad, a succulent fresh batch of basil and more), and about seed saving.Read along as you listen to the July 13, 201

Giveaway: what’s a ‘local heirloom’? a chat with hudson valley seed library (join us march 23!) - awaytogarden.com - county Hudson - county Valley
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:46

Giveaway: what’s a ‘local heirloom’? a chat with hudson valley seed library (join us march 23!)

First, let’s do a little learning on the topic of local as it applies to heirloom seeds.  I loved where the conversation led in my Q&A with Ken:Q. “Local heirlooms” is a primary message, and mission, of Hudson Valley Seed Library. Explain. A. Just as beauty is in the eye of the beholder and taste is on the tongue of the eater, defining the term “local heirloom” is in the hands of the gardener. Most seeds have traveled more miles than any of us will in our lifetimes. Very few of the varieties of vegetables, herbs, and flowers that we love originally came from the places where we live. Many favorites, like tomatoes, originated in warm, sunny places like Central and South America. As the seeds traveled to new places, met new people with their own ideas of flavor, beauty, and use, they changed.So local do

Radio podcast: conquering seed-starting fear - awaytogarden.com - county Hudson - county Valley
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:44

Radio podcast: conquering seed-starting fear

A. Sometimes when I’ve brought our seeds to a farmer’s market or event I hear people muttering as they pass our table, “I can’t start from seed.” At first it broke my heart a little. But then I started getting brave and asking people what they meant.In my mind I couldn’t fathom how someone might think they can’t grow a plant from seed. To me it’s natural, that’s how plants grow! Once I began talking to people I realized it was a fear based on previous attempts to grow from seed that did not work out–particularly seeds that need to be started early indoors in short-season areas, like tomatoes and peppers.But there are so many more seeds that can be direct sown–put in the ground at the right time and left to their own magical will to grow.Good examples of direct-sown seeds are peas, beans, corn, lettuce, arugula, calendula, nasturtium, and Asian greens. The only plants we Northerners and those in similar zones r

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