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Vegetable Gardens

There’s few things more rewarding than growing vegetables in your own backyard. The fresh taste of a vine ripened tomato or snap pea harvested at its flavorful peak is second to none. Vegetable gardens are a great family activity, one that provides rewarding outdoor exercise. And knowing that your organically-grown veggies carry none of the risks of today’s commercial, factory-farm produce can be priceless.

To ensure you raise the best-tasting, most nutritious food for your family — in ways that make your garden as safe and healthy as it can be — takes planning, know-how and experience. Click the blog articles here for information on locating your new garden plot, improving soil health, selecting the best vegetable varieties for your growing conditions, and caring for your plants — naturally! — all the way to harvest.

Share ideas or ask specific questions over at our Vegetable Garden Forum. Planet Natural’s community of avid gardeners can help.

Radish

Gardens

Easily planted from seed, organic gardeners enjoy growing radishes for their crisp, peppery roots.

Pumpkin

Gardens

These fall beauties will have you growing organic pumpkins for pies, carving and decoration!

Potato

Gardens

Tips and techniques for growing potatoes -- the world's favorite root crop!

Pepper

Gardens

Home vegetable gardeners love growing peppers! Here's how.

Pea

Gardens

Tips and techniques for growing peas — our favorite spring vegetable!

Onion

Gardens

Tips and techniques for growing this kitchen garden favorite.

Okra

Gardens

Here's a little down-home flavor in a heat-loving, sun seeking package!

Melon

Gardens

Sweet and succulent, growing melons requires hot days and warm nights.

Lettuce

Gardens

Put a salad bar in your garden with quick and simple lettuce greens.

Kale

Gardens

This cool-weather green is a nutrition powerhouse, growing almost all year long.

Horseradish

Gardens

Put some zing in your garden with horseradish, a perennial known for its hot mustard-flavored roots.

Grape

Fruits & Berries

One of the first cultivated fruits is making a comeback as home gardeners start growing grapes for juice and wine.