Apples are Easy

Apples are Easy

Apples are Easy By Dudley Vines My old apple tree came with the house. I have no idea of the variety, but it produces some really nice fruit. The poor tree had the bark on one side stripped off by a puppy 15 or 20 years ago, but it has managed to out­live the dog and...
Plant of the Month – Parsley

Plant of the Month – Parsley

Plant of the Month – Parsley Article & Photos by Jan Koehler, SCMG Scientific Name: Petroselinum sp. Other Common Name: Curly or curly leaf parsley (P. crispum), Flat leaf or Italian parsley (P.neapolitanum), Hamburg parsley (P. tuberosum) Type:...
Plant of the Month – Nasturtium

Plant of the Month – Nasturtium

Plant of the Month – Nasturtium Article & Photos by Jan Koehler, SCMG Scientific Name: Tropaeolum sp. Other Common Name: Nasturtium, garden nasturtium Type: compact, semi- trailing, single flower climbing Family: Tropaelacea Native Range: Originally Peru and...
When to Harvest Vegetables

When to Harvest Vegetables

When to Harvest Vegetables Revised Article by: Stephanie Walker Extension Vegetable Specialist and Assistant Professor, Department of Extension Plant Sciences, New Mexico State University Asparagus—Cut or snap spears off at soil line when 6 to 10 inches long, before...