Nothing beats eating fresh homegrown produce, especially those you grow your own. It’s easy, healthy, and convenient to boot. No need to head down to the market for these four vegetables you can grow at home:
Turn it into pesto. Heap it upon your homemade pasta or pizza. Sprinkle a pinch into your meaty dishes. There’s a bunch of things you can do with basil. What started out as a cornerstone in Italian cuisine is now a must in every kitchen, and a handy herb to have in your garden. Here’s how you can grow it.
Carrots are rich in Vitamin A and beta carotene, which prove helpful in improving eyesight and reinvigorating dull skin. Carrots are also easy to maintain. All they need is fertile sandy loam and minimal supervision for impressive and plentiful yields. Check out this tutorial on how to grown them in your garden.
Cucumbers respond to fertilization and constant attention. Planting cucumber in your garden will quench and refresh your summer-weary bodies when mixed with a light salad, or with your favorite cold drink. Take a look at how you can grow cucumbers at home.