An easy to read guide helping you to determine when and how to harvest the vegetables grown in your garden. Covering vegetables grown in summer, spring,winter, and fall. A how to guide helping you to use the right tools to harvest the vegetables you spent so much time and effort to grow.
- Summer crops like the heat and long days of summer. You’ll most likely get started with these plants in late winter or early spring, after the threat of frost has passed.
- Pick green beans, or string beans, and shelling beans when they’re long but still thin. Don’t let either get too large or mature for the best flavor.
- Harvest the cornstalks, set them in a cool, dark place to dry and then use them as part of your exterior decor in the fall.
“One of the conundrums of growing your own vegetables, especially for beginners, is knowing just when that moment is.”