Cooling weather doesn’t mean curtains for your vegetable garden (unless you live in Great Falls, Montana, where I’ve heard the growing season ends with the first snow on August 10.) Salad greens love temps in the 50s, 60s, and 70s. And as the photo above shows, you don’t even need a garden. A nice container will do.
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Who among us hasn’t been bothered by the fact that when we grow a tomato plant, it produces just tomatoes? Wouldn’t it be much better if that plant grew both tomatoes AND potatoes? Well, happy day, now there’s a Franken-plant that does just that! From the top, you harvest cherry tomatoes, while the roots produce a bumper crop of spuds. […]
Over the years, we have established that Grumpy knows all — not just about the present, but the future too. Powered by several glasses of high-octane eggnog, he turns his Jaundiced Eye of Prognostication towards 2015 and issues five shocking predictions for the coming year.