Quick Rhubarb Cookies

Tasty rhubarb cookies - Wallace's Garden Center

Rhubarb Cookies Enjoy this combination of rhubarb, oats and cream cheese frosting! These moist, chewy, and tangy rhubarb cookies will delight your tastebuds. Cookie Ingredients 1/2 c butter softened 1/2 c shortening 1 1/2 c brown sugar 2 eggs 3 c flour 1 tsp baking soda 1/4 tsp salt 1 1/2 c diced rhubarb 3/4…

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Growing Edible Plants in Shady Spots

Wallace's Edible Plants - Blueberry, Up close!

If you dream of having a garden full of fresh produce, but your yard is surrounded by tall trees or buildings, your dream can still come true! Though many edible plants need sunshine to thrive and produce, others do perfectly fine in shady spots, sometimes even in full shade. It’s simply a matter of knowing…

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Delicious Asparagus Radish Salad

Asparagus Radish Salad Recipe - Wallace's Garden Center

Asparagus Radish Salad This salad gives the simple potato dish a makeover with asparagus and radishes, bringing to your table a sensational springtime edible. Ingredients 2 pounds new potatoes, halved (quartered, if large)  2 cups large radishes, halved lengthwise (about 8 oz.)  3 tablespoons olive oil, divided  1 teaspoon kosher salt, divided 3/4 teaspoon black…

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Using Tropicals and Houseplants Outdoors

Think back to when temperatures first started rising this spring, and you stepped outside and took a deep breath of fresh air — refreshing, right? Our houseplants and tropicals feel the same way when introduced gradually outside for the summer. Bringing these bold tropicals and lush houseplants outside is also a great chance to create…

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How to Grow the Tastiest, Juiciest Tomatoes

While some people are counting down the days until they’re sunbathing on the beach or swimming in the pool, we’re counting down the days until our tomatoes are ripe and ready to eat! Tomatoes are delicious, easy to grow, and available in many varieties—a true triple threat! Though they aren’t difficult to grow, there are…

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Grow Up! How to Train Vegetables to Grow Vertically

Maybe you’re gardening in a small space and need to think up rather than out, or maybe you understand the importance of training vines to grow up to produce better quality food. In any case, training your plants isn’t that difficult, and it has an awesome payoff. And thankfully, unlike training your kids to do…

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