Putting your Garden Beds to Bed for the Winter As summer comes to an end and the leaves are turning gorgeous colors, we know our summer garden harvest is nearing the end. We hear the weather man say the dreaded “F” word, frost tonight. Although our Garden Eats garden still has red onions, tiny broccoli … Read more
Down Under What are root vegetables? Almost all root vegetables are harvested in late fall and early winter, and some can continue to grow into next spring. But what exactly are root vegetables? Any veggie that grows beneath the soil is considered a root vegetable. Basically, you’re eating the “roots” of the plant. Some root … Read more
Are the tops of your herbs starting to flower? By gently plucking or clipping the flowering tops off, you can keep those nutritious plants continuing to thrive with healthy leaves. Now that you’ve cut those tops off, toss them into your compost or try one of our Garden Eats home-grown recipes and projects! Herby Crisp … Read more
It’s been a plentiful summer in our gardens over here at Garden Eats! The weather in New York is about to transition and soon it will be time to harvest what remains and plant new crops before the first frost. Here’s a little look back at what we’ve been up to!
The end of summer might be upon us in the Northeast, but you can keep eating local, organic produce by joining a CSA! Community supported agriculture keeps money and resources in the local economy and is delivered just steps from your door in nearly all US cities. Locate a CSA by you now!