With spring in the air, I had to talk about one of my favorite cool weather crops – Swiss Chard! Swiss Chard is a leafy green that has a similar flavor to spinach.Read More
Vegetable gardening season is just around the corner. Here at Bob’s we'll soon have seed potatoes, onion sets, and vegetable seeds to help you get started. If you’re new to growing vegetables follow along this spring as we share tips to help you succeed. In this post we’re going to take a look at garden planning in general.Read More
Over the next few weeks we’re going to talk about foods you can grow inside during the winter. One of the absolute easiest vegetables to grow on the kitchen windowsill is microgreens — the perfect topping for any quick salad.Read More
Unless you live in an area where summers are really short, you're better off sowing some types of vegetables directly in a garden.Read More
Over the next few weeks we’re going to take a look at late season garden activities. While your summer crops might be done producing, there is still work to be done.Read More
Many of us watched in horror as flood waters ravaged communities around West Virginia over the last week or so. The flooding has been devastating with lives lost, homes lost and memories washed away. This flood will have an effect on many of our communities for years to come.
As the waters recede and clean-up efforts continue, there’s one area of concern that many may not have thought of: the safety of garden produce in flooded areas.Read More