Today is an episode of TSP Rewind, commercial free versions of past podcast episodes.
Today’s episode was originally, Episode-2027- Twelve Overlooked Vegetables for the Garden and originally aired on June 20th, 2017.
The following are the original show notes from that episode
In the spring and early summer talk a walk in the garden section of any big store or even typical smaller plant nurseries. Mostly you see peppers, tomatoes, squash, cucumbers and a few other veggies and herbs.
There are so many other options though and many are tougher than our stand alone favorites. Fore instance so many people love growing tomatoes but in many areas they are plagued by early and late blight. You can usually get a decent yield and then you hit a wall, well why not grow tomatillos instead. They make fantastic salsa, are great grilled and are pretty much immune to most disease and pests.
Today we walk though 12 such options for your garden and in most of the country there is still time to get these guys up and running for your fall planting.
Join Us Today To Discuss these 12 Overlooked Garden Edibles…
- Sweet Potato
- Egg Plant
- Swiss Chard
- New Zealand Spinach
- Ground Cherry
- Lambs Quarters
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