Find the right tomato for your microclimate
"But heat-loving plants can be notoriously frustrating to grow in those cool summer zones, where it's seldom warm enough for the plants to set fruit."
Warmer weather signals it's time to get a start on the summer garden, ...
Full Story: Find the right tomato for your microclimate; sfgate.com
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Grow & Eat
My experience of growing tomatoes has been relatively trouble-free. ...
Full Story: Growing tomatoes: dos and don’ts; blog.gardenersworld.com
Tips for growing
Most plants won't bud until their second year, but once they do, the artichokes can be enjoyed in recipes such as one given here for roasted artichokes and potatoes. ...
Full Story: Groundwork: Homegrown artichokes; washingtonpost.com
When you consider how easy it is to open a jar or box of artichoke hearts, the idea of trimming ...
Slideshow: How to Trim an Artichoke; seriouseats.com
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