How to Harvest and Store Rutabaga | Gardener’s Path

How do you know when it's time to harvest rutabaga? And what should you do with it once you've picked it? Head to Gardener's Path to learn how and when to harvest and proper storage techniques, plus we share our favorite cooking tips and recipe ideas. Read more now.

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Illinois Everbearing mulberry (Morus alba x rubra) This grafted tree is hardy to -30 deg.F. It sometimes starts producing the first year after planting and bears an abundance of sweet, highly flavored fruit, 1-1/2 inches long x 1/2 inch wide that look like elongated blackberries. The fruit has a delicious distinctive flavor. The berries ripen continuously throughout July, August, and September, hence its name. The fruit is red and turns black when ripe. $26.50

Fruit Bearing Shade Plants: Growing Fruiting Plants For Shade Gardens

Most fruits and vegetables need full sun for at least 8 hours per day in order to produce. How about fruits to grow in the shade? Are there fruiting plants for shade gardens? Surprisingly, yes. Learn about fruit bearing shade plants in this article.

How to Grow Rutabaga from Seed to Harvest

This guide on how to grow rutabaga includes tips on planting rutabaga seeds, growing rutabaga in containers, and caring for and harvesting rutabaga plants.

Grow Lingonberries for Jams and Sauces

Learn how to grow lingonberry in your garden. This cold hearty berry is easy to plant. Try planting this in your garden for a different fruit.