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Edible Container Gardening

You don’t need a big garden to grow your own produce. Learn how to grown your own salad ingredients using containers.

Hawaiian Grown TV – Zucchini – Aloun Farms

Zucchini or courgette is a small summer squash. Along with some other squashes, it belongs to the species Cucurbita pepo. The zucchini can be yellow, green or light green, and generally has a similar shape to a ridged cucumber, though a few cultivars are available that produce round or bottle-shaped fruit. In a culinary context, zucchini is treated as a vegetable, which means it is usually cooked and presented as a savory dish or accompaniment. Botanically, however, the zucchini is an immature fruit, being the swollen ovary of the female zucchini flower. Zucchini, like all summer squash, has its ancestry in the Americas. While most summer squash ― including the closely related cocozelle and marrow ― were introduced to Europe during the time of European colonization of the Americas, zucchini is European in origin. It was the result of spontaneously occurring mutations (also called “sports”). In all probability, this occurred in the very late 19th century, probably near Milan; early varieties usually included the names of nearby cities in their names. The alternate name courgette is the French word for the vegetable, with the same spelling, and is commonly used in France, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. It is a diminutive of courge, French for squash. “Zucca” is the Italian word for squash; while the feminine diminutive plural “zucchine” is preferred in most regions of Italy, the masculine diminutive plural “zucchini” is used in some areas of Italy, Australia, and the

Vegetable Garden – Supporting Cantainer Grown Tomatoes

Vegetable Garden – Supporting your Cantainer Grown Tomatoes using tomato rings / cages. Visit The Bayou Gardener in South Louisiana at
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2010 Garden vlog 45 Growing potatoes indoors HD

You all really have o try this!!! Was I ever surprised to see actual potatoes!

Growing Beans with Danielle, Scotts Associate

Danielle explains how easy and fun it is to grow beans! Yay, Beansies!

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