Fruit Articles

Blueberries are easy to freeze. Anyone can do it! Whether you grow blueberries, pick them, or find... read more
Here are some fun facts about cranberries, an American native and a favorite seasonal ingredient... read more
Yes, you can grow your own avocado tree from a pit—if you have patience. Remove the pit from an... read more
Like you, I’m harvesting vegetables and fruits from my garden and preparing them for storage. ... read more
 Strategic Moves, Stuart Wood’s New York Times best-selling mystery, is one of my favorite books,... read more
All the historical, antique, or heirloom plants in my gardens put on spectacular shows.  I’ve... read more
My son asked me Thanksgiving night what I wanted for Christmas.  Like he had to ask?  We gardeners... read more
Outdoor gardening has ended for most of us north of an imaginary line drawn from Los Angeles... read more
If you garden in an area not affected by drought, you may wonder why I’m obsessing.  #1: High... read more
A trio of perennial plant “stars” are lighting up my drought-stricken garden this summer.  Two... read more
I never plan ahead with my desserts unless it's a special occasion. So, the old-fashioned fruit... read more
Welcome to our Growing Guides to vegetables, herbs, and fruit! Planting a vegetable garden? Our... read more
The Native American art of making apple heads is both easy and fun. Follow these instructions for... read more
In August, the blueberry bushes here in New Hampshire overflow with berries. Birds love them and... read more
Learn how to store your vegetables, fruits, and herbs, especially at harvest time! Apples Never... read more