Chinese Kale (Gai Lan): Growing and Cooking Authentic Flavors

Chinese kale, also called Kailaan, Gai Lan or Chinese broccoli, is a staple ingredient in Chinese cuisine. In this guide, our expert gardeners will show how to plant gai lan and show...

Bitter Melon | How to Grow Momordica Charantia: Expert Tips and Advice

Momordica charantia, also called bitter melon, bitter apple, bitter gourd, bitter squash or balsam-pear, is a delicious and healthy addition to any garden and kitchen. But what exactly is it, and how...

Shiso | Growing at Home – Top Gardening Tips and Tricks

Shiso is an increasingly popular Japanese herb that is creeping into dishes around the world. Like many herbs, it's best eaten fresh. Fortunately, it's pretty easy to grow shiso at home, and...

Snake Gourd Growing Guide: What It Is and Why You Should Plant It

Snake gourd, also known as snake squash or serpent gourd, is a type of gourd grown for its elongated, edible fruit. Besides being a tasty and healthy treat, it has a unique...

Yardlong Beans | Growing At Home – Gardening Secrets Revealed

Yardlong bean, also called Chinese long bean or asparagus bean, is an annual vegetable grown for its long, edible pods. The beans are a staple in many Asian dishes and can liven...

Daikon Radish – Tips for Growing, Storing and Using this Root Vegetable

The daikon radish is also known as white radish, Japanese radish, Chinese radish, winter radish, oriental radish, and luóbo. It’s a popular root vegetable in many cultures and is increasingly popular...

Growing Komatsuna: A Beginners Guide to Garden Greens

Komatsuna is also known as mustard spinach or Japanese mustard, and it's a beautiful addition to your garden. Komatsuna is a fast-growing green you can enjoy year-round in many parts of...

Napa Cabbage | What You Need to Know – Growing Guide

Napa cabbage is also known as Chinese cabbage, and it's one of the most common Asian greens in nationwide grocery stores. Growing napa cabbage in your garden can be a challenge, but...

What is Eating my Pepper Plants at Night? Goodness Gracious

There are several pests that could be eating pepper plants at night. Pepper plants (Capsicum annuu) belong mto the nightshade family (Solanaceae). Pests that feed on nightshades, such as potatoes, may also...

Baby Leaf Greens: Grow Your Own Salad

You can grow your own baby leaf greens for salad quickly, easily, and in the smallest spaces. All you need is good quality soil, enough light and water, and the right seeds...
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