The local superfood can be used in green smoothies, salads, and stews. Whether steamed, boiled, or baked, it contains many vitamins.
Fennel can be used for so much more than just tea! Besides its high vitamin and mineral content, it also scores with its spicy aroma.
Linseed has a blue miracle in store for you - its beautiful blue flowers. Learn here how to grow and take care of this plant.
The whole plant from flower to root is edible. However, it not only adds some excitement to your plate, but it also has a long history of use in traditional medicine and as a coffee substitute.
Red orache is also called Spanish lettuce. Learn how to grow this spinach-like plant.
This variety might be old but it hasn´t been forgotten. The round, yellow turnips taste great in salads, or with some dip.
Dill is also known as cucumber herb since it is often used when pickling cucumber. Read more about how to plant this tasty herb here.
You want to learn how to grow love-lies bleeding? Read more about how to sow, harvest, and take care of this beautiful plant.
Red, spicy and robust - that is Chili `Prairie Fire´. The chili tastes best when it comes from your own garden.
It's super-easy to grow cress on the windowsill as well as in the garden. Help your cress grow tall, bright and tasty by following our growing guide.
The little sister of the big strawberry tastes intense and sweet. Growing her is not that difficult and can be done in a garden or in a pot.
It's so easy to sow this tasty – and healthy – cabbage yourself, even in the wintertime! We'll show you what you should pay attention to.
What is a pizza without rocket? We show you how to sow this easy-to-care-for herb in the garden, on the balcony, and even on your window sill in winter.
Just add a splash of green to your garden and windowsill with spinach. This is your guide to sowing, caring for and harvesting these healthy greens.
There is never a bad time for flowers. And with the August plant from The Growable Calendar, you'll learn to grow one of the most incredible flowers around!
Chives belong in every kitchen – and with these tips, we hope you will enjoy the challenge of raising your new tasty herb-buddies!!
A bee's best friend – that's what you get with the lovely purple Phacelia, which can easily be planted and grown in any garden.
Thyme should never be missing from any kitchen or spice cupboard. We've got everything you need to know about growing your own thyme.
It smells of lemon and gives your lemonade a fresh kick. Lemon balm should not be missing in any garden. Learn how to grow it yourself here!