Two nonprofits are using their harvest for a line of jams honoring the history and old family recipes of the local African-American community.
Some cultures claim orchid cactus stem extract works as a cough suppressant, while others cook the petals into a soup that’s assumed to be an aphrodisiac.
Fire fighters are responsible for watering the newly installed garden by their building every other day. In return, they enjoy a wide array of fresh produce.
In today's podcast, we have two recipes for Caribbean grilled chicken and a sweet treat with berries. Then we pull weeds in the garden with fourth graders.
Moya Andrews is the host of the show Focus on Flowers, our resident flower lady, and boy does she know her stuff. But you won't catch her snacking on flowers!
Gardens are no longer relegated to backyards. Some green thumbs are moving their veggie plots to the front of their houses.
For the first time since 1990, the USDA has updated planting maps based on temperatures. One thing is clear -- the United States is getting warmer.
Stephanie Solomon is back to update us on the greens growing in the hoop house. Then in the kitchen, Chef Daniel Orr makes dishes using sunchokes and spinach.
In spite of frigid winter temperatures, kale, collard greens, bok choy and salad greens are growing inside the hoop house at the Butler Park Community Garden.
As demand for food stamps rise, educating those in need and those accepting SNAP benefits becomes crucial.
Stephanie Solomon of Mother Hubbard's Cupboard explains how she transformed grassy parkland into two fertile garden plots, one of which is in a hoop house.
Urban foraging collects unused or unwanted produce from public places. What about abandoned gardens on foreclosed lots?
Kids enjoy being productive. Nurture this instinct and watch them grow and blossom right along with their very own vegetable garden.
What vegetables should I plant? How much sun should the garden get? Should I construct raised beds? Some advice for all the first-time gardeners out there.
This risotto with pumpkin is lightened up for summertime with fresh mint, ginger, and lemony coriander seeds.
If your apartment building or home owner’s association allows it, growing fruits and vegetables in containers are a great option for summer edibles.