5 Recipe Ingredients To Grow In Your Spring Garden

When planning my spring garden I always flip open my recipe book. What I grow each season is based on favorite meals that can only be created with homegrown produce. In today’s post we will review my top 5 recipe ingredients to grow in my spring garden.

Top 5 Recipe Ingredients To Grow In My Spring Garden

Cool temperatures in my garden means it is time to grow tasty, fresh and always green vegetables. below are the top five vegetables I have been growing over the past few years in my Ohio Spring garden.

Swiss Chard

Swiss Chard : Blog Hop

Rainbow Swiss Chard Growing in Geodesic Bio Dome in March

Picking The Swiss Chard in the Geodesic Bio Dome

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Arugula

Arugula

Arugula is a must during the cooler months in my geodesic bio dome. Just look at that color!!!!

Peas

Sugar Ann Sweet Peas

Sweet Peas – super easy to grow from seed during the cooler months.

Parsley

Chicken and Leek Soup with wild rice and prunes.

Harvesting parsley during the cooler season is extremely rewarding.   The flavor is super vibrant.

Strawberries

Strawberries I grew from seed.

Strawberries that I grew from seed for the first time in 2017.

I’ve been growing strawberries for many years in my home garden during the Spring season.  This is the first time I’ve grown them from seed.

Recipes

A collection of my favorite Spring recipes featuring the top five ingredients to grow is posted below.  Click on each to visit the tasty recipe on my site.

Tuesday Garden Blog Hop

Today’s share is part of the Tuesday Garden Blog Hop I’m participating in featuring creative authors.  I hope you click over and check out their posts and tell them you came from my site.

A cottage Garden

Click on the Image to Visit ‘An Oregon Cottage Garden’

 

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Growing Rhubarb Tips

Homemade Food Junkie .com 

 

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Frugal Family Home .com

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Let’s Connect

Do you have favorite ingredients you grow this time of year? I’d love nothing more then to connect with you so please comment below.

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  1. Michelle Marine March 28, 2017
    • Bren Haas April 3, 2017

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