Pulling Weeds? Make a Salad
The arrival of spring means weeds may be popping up in your yard. But don’t toss them in the compost pile just yet — you might be able to use them for a fresh, colorful spring salad.
Making Sourdough Bread at Home
Home baking has become a new favorite pastime for many as we find ourselves spending more time at home. And what says home more than the smell of fresh-from-the-oven, homemade bread?
Refresh Your Home with Easy-to-Maintain Houseplants
Nothing freshens up your living space like a few well-placed houseplants. In addition to bringing the outdoors in, houseplants may help improve indoor air quality and provide a natural beauty that can be both relaxing and energizing.
Homegrown Monthly Digest | Feb 2020
Whether it’s exploring miles of fertile farmland and fresh produce at the farmers market, or discovering flowers blooming in the backyard and nutritious foods cooking in the kitchen, Homegrown has you covered. Read the February rundown.
How to Pick the Perfect Pumpkin
There may be no better symbol for the fall season than the pumpkin. Learn how to find the perfect one.
Homegrown: Vermicompost Makes Your Garden Grow
Dig in with Rhonda Sherman, solid waste specialist with NC State Extension, as she sheds light on the subterranean spoils that await in this In the Garden segment.
Homegrown: Meet the Muscadine
Muscadine grapes are a southern specialty. Native to North Carolina, the deep purple and bronze-toned fruit clusters adorn farms, fields and gardens throughout the southeastern United States. Now it’s time to add your kitchen to the list.