How to Grow Rhubarb in Containers

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Growing rhubarb in containers gives you a head start on enjoying sweet, tart stalks in pie, jam, ice cream, coffee cake, and even wine. It’s also a fun project to do indoors during the throes of winter, just when it seems as though spring is an eternity away. You don’t want to miss our step-by-step guide! Read more now.

7 of the Best Lettuce Varieties for Your Garden

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Lettuce comes in all shapes, sizes, colors, and textures. Some leaves are large and ruffled, others small and smooth. Some taste buttery and some are bitter. And some are green while others come in shades of yellow or deep burgundy. To learn more about 7 different types of lettuce to grow in your backyard, keep reading.

13 of the Best Rhubarb Varieties for the Garden

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Rhubarb pie melts in your mouth, but you can use pie plant in jams, cake, ice cream, and more. And there are plenty of varieties from tart to sweet and everywhere in between to satisfy your cravings. We round up thirteen of the best rhubarb varieties for you to grow in your garden this season. Learn more now.

10 Best Broccoli Varieties for Your Garden (Plus 3 Delicious Bonus Options!)

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If you’re looking for a cool weather crop, you can’t beat growing broccoli. It’s versatile and delicious, an excellent vegetable that’s perfect to enjoy at any time of day. Not sure which cultivar to choose? Read on for 13 varieties of one of nature’s healthiest choices for the table, now on Gardener’s Path.

How to Grow Hardy Snowdrops (Galanthus)

Snowdrops growing with other plants with red and green foliage in the garden.

Welcome spring with mass plantings of hardy snowdrop, a bulb flower that blooms right through the snow. Let this charming perennial naturalize for impressive drifts of bell-shaped white blossoms, or interplant it with crocus for a stunning display. Learn how to add Galanthus to your garden now on Gardener’s Path.