Sweet potatoes are an extremely nutritious vegetable and can be relatively easy to grow in large gardens with good soil.
Vegetable gardens can provide a bountiful harvest for healthy eating and great exercise. These guides provide information for making your vegetable garden as productive and enjoyable as possible.
View the Botanical Interest presentation Seed Starting 101
Some of the seeds now available at Finke Gardens that we suggest for fall gardening…
One of the ways you can keep your garden going all season is by successive sowing. Successive sowing is sowing two varieties with different days to maturity each in their own garden area.
Different styles of cooking call for different kinds of flavor – try something new in your garden, and explore the culinary opportunities they will bring to your table.
The first tomato harvest is part of our summer rituals – an initial offering of tomatoes to give you an idea of what you can find at Finke Gardens
Homegrown asparagus is one of the many delights of springtime. Learn how to be successful growing asparagus and to enjoy your harvest for many years.
Onions are a kitchen garden classic that is easy to grow if a few simple steps are followed. This guide will get you off to the right start for a plentiful harvest.
Potatoes take a lot of space in the garden but many gardeners are willing to make room for this crop. Follow these steps to enjoy fresh & flavorful potatoes.