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LH 133: Growing Heirloom and Unusual Vegetables for Beauty and Flavor: Why Grow THIS, When You Can Grow THAT Who wouldn't want to grow something like purple sugar magnolia peas, cape gooseberries, cucamelons, or dragon's egg? These unusual and heirloom varieties of vegetables add an element of fun in the garden and...

LH 133: Growing Heirloom and Unusual Vegetables for Beauty and Flavor: Why Grow THIS, When You Can Grow THAT Who wouldn't want to grow something like purple sugar magnolia peas, cape gooseberries, cucamelons, or dragon's egg? These unusual and heirloom varieties of vegetables add an element of fun in the garden and...

A partire dalLiving Homegrown Podcast with Theresa Loe


LH 133: Growing Heirloom and Unusual Vegetables for Beauty and Flavor: Why Grow THIS, When You Can Grow THAT Who wouldn't want to grow something like purple sugar magnolia peas, cape gooseberries, cucamelons, or dragon's egg? These unusual and heirloom varieties of vegetables add an element of fun in the garden and...

A partire dalLiving Homegrown Podcast with Theresa Loe

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43 minuti
Pubblicato:
Feb 10, 2018
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Episodio podcast

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Why Grow THIS, When You Can Grow THAT Who wouldn't want to grow something like purple sugar magnolia peas, cape gooseberries, cucamelons, or dragon's egg? These unusual and heirloom varieties of vegetables add an element of fun in the garden and flavor to the table. Plus, they make our veggie gardens more magical...especially if we have kiddos. So let's change what we grow this year and dive into the HUGE variety of tasty, exotic looking vegetables that honestly take very little effort. Host Theresa Loe invited Niki Jabbour, author of Veggie Garden Remix, to share her tips on getting experimental with our vegetable varieties this year. You will learn: Why amaranth beautifies your garden while expanding your flavors Which undervalued plant tastes like pineapple with a hint of vanilla Why French gold, dragon's tongue and red swan beans are all "must haves" How Sugar Magnolia has a purple pod, green peas and tastes amazing When to pick a loofah gourd and how to cook it (yes, they're edible!) How hand-pollinating will guarantee a more bountiful harvest Which varieties are so beautiful, they are Instagram worthy As always, you can get all the links mentioned and more free resources at www.LivingHomegrown.com/133 including Theresa's Favorite Seed Sources PDF, a full transcript and Theresa's handy guide for garden/food experts looking to create online courses. 
Pubblicato:
Feb 10, 2018
Formato:
Episodio podcast