This page makes it easy for you to find articles dealing with specific subjects related to your edible garden. Whether you are looking for all available information on tomatoes, want to know more about seeds, or just want to read up on winter vegetable gardening - this is the place to look first.


Garlic, Leeks, Onions
Garlic Lovers, Unite!
It's Time to Think Winter... Leeks!
My Onions are Flowering!
Overwintered Onions
Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Kohlrabi, etc.
How NOT to buy a broccoli seedling
Wild about the Walcherins!
Cucumbers, Pumpkins, Squash
Gad Zukes!
Great Pumpkins
Growing cucumbers: Current favorites, plus notes regarding culture
Maritime Northwest Melon Culture

Edible Greens

Greens for Winter Harvest
Kale, Queen of the Winter Garden
Let's Talk Lettuce
A Winter Lettuce Trial
Beans, Peas
But I Already KNOW How to Grow Snap Beans...
Favorite pole bean (snap bean) varieties
Give Peas a Chance
Green Beans, Pole Beans; What's the Difference?
Root Crops
Beets, Carrots, Parsnips

Growing Great Carrots
Overwintering Carrots

Eggplant, Peppers, Potatoes, Tomatoes
Tomatoes, Part One - Culture
Tomatoes, Part Two - Problems
Two Tomato Experiments
Two Tomato Experiments - Results
Favorite Tomatoes from my Pacific Northwest Garden
When can I pick my peppers?
My tomatoes and squash are rotting at the tip!
On buying tomato seedlings
Growing Asparagus
Sweet, Sweet Corn
Do I need to isolate open-pollinated corn?


Blueberries and Their Cousins
Fruit Tree Selection and Care


How to make your own complete organic fertilizer
Should I worry about contaminants in my organic fertilizer?
Why use organic fertilizer?

Winter Gardening

Winter Vegetable Gardening Overview and timetable

After the flood
Greens for Winter Harvest
Kale, Queen of the Winter Garden
It's Time to Think Winter... Leeks!
My First Winter Vegetable Garden
Overwintering Carrots
A Winter Garden Requires Summer Planning
Winter Vegetables vs. USDA Zone 8
Winter Is Upon Us
Wild about the Walcherins!
A Winter Lettuce Trial


FAQ Regarding Seeds
How to Pick a Seed Company
How to Select Your Seeds
Starting Seeds Indoors, Successfully - The Facts of Light
Starting Seeds Indoors, Successfully - Some Like It Hot
Important Information Regarding Pelleted Seeds

Problems (and Solutions)

FAQ regarding Late Blight
A Late Blight Myth
A Wiseguy's Secret to Successful Transplanting
How do I control aphids?
A Pest Management Primer
Weeds of the Maritime Pacific Northwest

Disjointed Ramblings

An Open Letter to the Seattle Mariners
Aperture vs. Lightroom
Why I'm still sitting out the e-book revolution

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This page was last updated November 18, 2013