Vegetables

Whether you're ready to plant your first crops or have been growing food for years, you'll find new ideas to keep you going and growing. There's no reason to keep your vegetables separate from the rest of the garden; we show you how with ideas to integrate edibles into the yard (called edible landscaping).

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Prime vegetable growing season over? That doesn't mean you can't grow bounty in your own kitchen. Learn how to easily grow an indoor vegetable garden.
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Get fresh produce from your garden onto the table as soon as possible. Plant these fast-growing vegetables in a garden bed or container and watch your food grow before your eyes.
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Follow these plans for a no-fail vegetable garden that will provide fresh produce from spring to fall. Continue plantings to increase your garden's bounty and extend your harvest.
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Companion planting can improve your garden. See what vegetables to plant together for best results!
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It used to be that gardeners separated their edible plants—fruits, vegetables, and herbs—from the other plants in their landscape. But follow the principles of making an edible landscape, and you can use them as a visual garden treat.
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My squash vines were growing beautifully, but they suddenly wilted and died. What would cause them to do this?
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More Vegetables

Here is everything you ever wanted to know about growing summer squash.
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Here's everything you need to know about growing your favorite winter squashes.
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It doesn't get much better than pumpkin picking when the air turns crisp. Before you head to the pumpkin farm this fall season, use our helpful tips to stay away from the rotten ones.
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Not all pumpkins are alike, and each variety serves a different purpose. By knowing your pumpkins, you can choose the right one for a jaw-dropping fall display.
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Save money by making your own sweet potato cuttings, or slips. It's easy!
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Save your kitchen scraps to grow more of your favorite produce.
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You are just a few steps away from a bountiful vegetable garden. Follow this checklist, and you won't be disappointed!