There is a season for everything. In life, as with gardens, we know this vividly and yet how often we try to defy the odds and accelerate the beginning of the gardening season, or attempt to push the limits on the back end.
As the leaves start to fall and autumn arrives, some of my favorite fall foods are vitamin-packed pumpkins. That’s one of the reasons I fell in love with this easy-to-make Pumpkin Soup with Sage and Italian Sausage.
It’s easy to love carrots, especially when they come in wild colors such as purple. Carrots are rich in healthy phytochemicals and nutrients like vitamin A, potassium and vitamin C. They are a great root vegetable to include in...
Armed with the knowledge that many perennials should be divided every few years for their health and aesthetics comes in handy when eyeing your neighbor’s prized daylilies or coveting a fellow gardener’s hard-to-find hostas.