The Kitchen Garden with Jennifer Bartley
Who doesn’t love vegetable soup or a great salad? It’s even better when the ingredients are harvested from a garden of your own design, one that’s beautiful as well as productive. Join Jennifer in learning how to nurture, prepare and consume fresh produce. It may positively impact your whole life!
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Previous EntriesSquishing Bugs While I Hand Water
Enclose the Garden
Those Cute White Butterflies
Container of Culinary Herbs
Edible, Evergreen and Ornamental
Designing with Herbs
Dinner? Something With Spinach
Planting the Spring Garden
Sow Spring Salad Greens Now
Grow Citrus Trees in Pots
Take Stock then Prepare Beds
Starting Seeds Indoors
Craft an Easy Container for Artichokes
To Do: Plant Garlic. Make Pumpkin Soup
Ohio was Warm and Sunny so I Went South for Cold and Rain
Green Tomatoes, Asters and Goldenrod
Voracious Praying Mantis
Real Tex-Mex Pico de Gallo
Keep the Good and Rip Out the Bad
Sustainable Edible Garden Design
Edible Shrubs at the Brine Garden
Or, We Could Just Eat In…
This is Not the Year of the Tomato
Cold Climate Kitchen Garden
An Alaskan Kitchen Garden
It’s An Outdoor Room Alright…
Let Some Things Go To Seed
Heirlooms Tell a Story
A Peek at my Brother’s Garden
My Broccoli is Blooming!
Purple, Orange and Green Cauliflower
Time to Plant Warm Season Vegetables… Almost.
Slow Food. Slow Garden.
Oh, Green Garlic…
What About Tomato Cages?
I Think My Lavender is Dead
I Just Planted Dandelions
Plant Peas When the Daffodils Bloom
Flowers That Attract Beneficial Insects
Make Room for Asparagus, Rhubarb, Blueberries and Currants
Plant the Kitchen Garden Near the Kitchen
Time to order seeds: vegetables, herbs and flowers
What is a potager?
Evergreens for winter color
Window Boxes in Brooklyn
What grows in chilly weather?
Basil: Use it now, freeze for later or preserve by drying
Why I plant poisonous plants in the kitchen garden
Chives: Pretty in the Border