6 Must-Haves for a Vegetable Garden
Plant these basics and have the building blocks for a wide range of menus all summer long.
There is nothing as satisfying as announcing to dinner guests that they are eating tomatoes you grew yourself.
Invest in a tomato cage to help support the plant, and trim away suckers (those branches that grow out from the main shoot) to ensure good air circulation, which will deter disease and fungus. A no-fail variety: Sunset’s Red Horizon.
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