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...

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...

Growing Chinese Gai Choy Mustard Greens

Gai Choy is also known as brassica juncea, brown mustard, chinese mustard, Indian mustard, leaf mustard, oriental mustard, and vegetable mustard. It comes from Asia, and it's the most popular mustard...

Pak Choy (Bok Choy) Grow Guide: Expert Tips and Tricks

Pak choy, also known as pok choi or bok choy, is a type of non-heading cabbage belonging to the Brassicaceae family, cultivated for its tender stalks and flavorful leaves. It's among the...

Discovering the Countless Cucumber Varieties

If you think cucumbers are just long, green vegetables with a bland, watery taste, then you've been missing out. Long or round, green, yellow and even white, seedless and sweet - there's...

Bottle Gourd (Calabash Gourd) Plant — A Growing & Caring Guide

Bottle gourd, also known as calabash gourd and white-flowered gourd, is pretty versatile. You can grow it in many ways, as long as you give it a bit of care. Once...

Growing Edamame: Top Tips for a Bountiful Harvest

You've probably seen frozen edamame beans in the supermarket, but did you know that you can quickly grow your fresh edamame at home? In this edamame growing guide, our experts show you...

Asian Eggplant: Top Varieties & Growing Guide

If you're looking to add some diversity to both your garden and your cooking, Asian eggplants are a fantastic choice. Available in numerous shapes, sizes, and flavors, they're fun to grow and...

How to Grow Succulent Snow Pea Shoots (Dou Miao)

Dou miao, also known as pea shoots or snow pea shoots, is the Chinese name for the pea plant's young shoots, Pisum sativum. These tasty treats are quick and easy to...
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