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When you're talking about matter, all plant life is vegetable, but when gardening matters, we think of vegetables as edible culinary plants that are not classed as fruits, nuts, herbs, spices, or grains.
Looking at the above definition, you might think that the range of vegetables we can grow in our gardens is limited, but gardeners grow dozens of different types of vegetables that bloom with the same beauty as the most beautiful flowers and ripen into culinary delights that fill our larders and embellish our dinner tables with a profusion of robust flavors.
In addition, garden vegetables have a myriad of different growing styles that offer real versatility to the vegetable gardeners growing experience.
- - Asparagus is easy to
grow and in fact the first eatable vegetable in spring.
- Potatoes, read the howto
- Cherry tomatoes offer both convenience and beauty when grown in a hanging planter on patio or porch.
- Beans grow either in bushes or, as Jack would tell you, tower enchantingly as they climb up long poles.
Broccoli is an
other undemanding plant that tastes good, but I must admit is not really good
looking although taste is personal.
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