2023 for sale plant list

Those are seedlings available for sale this spring. First come first served, depending on availability. 6-10 plants of each cultivars. TOMATOES $4.50 in 4″ pot1.¬†Large– Mortgage Lifter VFN, disease resistant, https://southernexposure.com/products/mortgage-lifter-vfn-tomato/– Cherokee Purple (heirloom), one of my favs, and the shorter original strain. https://southernexposure.com/products/cherokee-purple-tomato/– Tropic 

A Vibrant Kale Pasta Sauce

A Vibrant Kale Pasta Sauce

Kales are a mainstay of the garden from mid-fall to early spring, with their winter hardiness, and their ruddy beauty. The various leaf sizes, colors, shapes, and textures seem to be almost endless, allowing one to paint kale parterres – if one was so inclined 

A Buckle Cake For All Seasons

A Buckle Cake For All Seasons

One easy cake formual to memorize; (almost) endless recipes at your fingertips: a buckle cake for all seasons

On Growing Trombocino Squash

On Growing Trombocino Squash

Every year, I grow a few new things in the kitchen garden – be it a new cultivar of something I have grown before, or a brand new vegetable. You never know what success you may have, and how much you might like the plant 

On Growing, Harvesting, and Curing Sweet Potatoes

On Growing, Harvesting, and Curing Sweet Potatoes

We love sweet potatoes for many reasons: #1. They are easy to grow and pest free – provided that you can protect them from mice (they eat the tubers) and deer (they eat the vines) #2. They are delicious (if properly cured – I’ll tell 

Spring 2021 Seedling Availability

Updated April 2, 2021 The following are a list of seedling I expect to have available for sale in late April. Pick-up at the house in Washington, VA. Leave a comment with your e-mail address if you have questions and/or for directions. If you would 

Easy Chocolate Cake

Every one should have an easy chocolate cake recipe that they can “whip” together on the spur of the moment with simple ingredients (and one simple enough to memorize). This one is it. Why? Because it’s 5 common ingredients, 4 of them with the same 

Winter Beets

Winter Beets

I like beets. I like them raw, grated or mandolined. I like them cooked. I like them pickled, whether a simple wine-and-vinegar pickle or in relishes (delicious with meat, salmon, or vegetarian burgers, or a mature cheddar). I like beet sorbet. I like them juiced 

Why and How I Make Ice Tea at Home

Why and How I Make Ice Tea at Home

Years ago I read that, at mid-game during a soccer match, electric plants in England (or maybe that was Wales) had to be ready for the enormous power surge required for millions of kettles plugged in all at the same time to make tea at 

It’s not too late to make sweet potato slips.

It’s not too late to make sweet potato slips.

Sweet potatoes are now a winter staple in our household, because they are tasty, nutritious, versatile in the kitchen, fairly easy to grow and store well. Despite their name they are NOT a potato (no more than a day-lily is a “lily” or a primrose