A small kitchen garden, usually near the kitchen door, has been used for many years for the sheer convenience of being able to step outside the kitchen to gather essentials like garlic, green onions, and fresh greens.
Growing Garlic, Harvesting Garlic, and Green Garlic
Like with onions, you can grow green garlic in zero extra garden space by double planting your garlic and then thinning it out by harvesting half of it when it’s young.
Freckles Lettuce: Another Easy To Grow from Seed Heirloom Favorite
Is it okay to grow something just because it makes you smile? – inmykitchengarden.blogspot.com
Harvest Green Onions
If you grow large batches of onions, you can actually harvest a few of your onions early as green onions and then let the rest form bulbs for a later harvest. Read Harvesting Green Onions via oniongardening.com
Sublime Homegrown Salad Greens for Those Short on Time, Space, and Sunlight
Arugula is a cool season, fast growing annual that has been harvested in Europe for centuries, both in gardens and from the wild. via inmykitchengarden.blogspot.com
Great Perennial Herbs for the Vegetable Garden and Kitchen
Whether a certain herb is perennial or not really depends on what hardiness zone you live in. – via veggiegardener.com
Remember to plan space for your kitchen garden. You’ll be glad you did when you harvest the freshest ingredients possible for that special meal.