HOW TO GROW CELERY

HOW TO GROW CELERY

Celery (Apium graveolens) is a vegetable and herb belonging to the parsley family. It comes from the Mediterranean region of Southern Europe, as well as Egypt and Sweden’s marshlands. Apium graveolens L. is divided into three taxonomic varieties: Celery (var. dulee), celeriac (var. rapaeeum), and smallage (var. secalinum) are all varieties of celery. It’s a…

GROWING GARLIC

GROWING GARLIC

Garlic is one of the easiest plants you can grow. In most parts of the country, garlic is grown in autumn. By this time, much of the summer crop had already been harvested, leaving plenty of space in the garden. Garlic is a powerful nutrient-rich ingredient that is essential for countless cooking methods. Autumn is…

CARROT RUST FLY

CARROT RUST FLY

Carrot rust fly (CRF) is a pest that feeds on carrots, parsnips, and celery. Larvae tunneling into the taproot cause damage. Young plants will wilt and they may die, but they are more typically temporarily stunted, and the carrots grow bulbous, forked, and unmarketable. Fungi and bacteria may also infiltrate the injured tissue, causing severe…

PLANTING GREEN BEANS

PLANTING GREEN BEANS

Bean plants (Phaseolus vulgaris) are a staple of many vegetable gardens because they are easy to grow, even in small spaces, and they are quite productive! Here’s how to grow, harvest, and plant green beans. Beans come in a variety of delectable varieties that may be grown in gardens and containers. They can be classified…

GROWING CARROTS

GROWING CARROTS

Carrots (Daucus carota)  are a great vegetable to plant if you’re seeking something different to do with your garden. Carrots are a versatile root crop that may be cultivated in a variety of climates. Carrots are cool-season biennials (plants with a two-year life cycle) that have been grown for thousands of years. They were employed…