Red, spicy and robust - that is Chili `Prairie Fire´. The chili tastes best when it comes from your own garden.
This variety might be old but it hasn´t been forgotten. The round, yellow turnips taste great in salads, or with some dip.
You want to learn how to grow love-lies bleeding? Read more about how to sow, harvest, and take care of this beautiful plant.
This old carrot variety spruces up your plates with its beautiful purple colour.
This rare lettuce variety is originally from Austria. Read here how to grow and take care of this plant.
The local superfood can be used in green smoothies, salads, and stews. Whether steamed, boiled, or baked, it contains many vitamins.
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.
Radish is the perfect plant for beginners - it grows fast, it is easy to take care of, and it grows in pots, balcony boxes, and beds.
Red orache is also called Spanish lettuce. Learn how to grow this spinach-like 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.
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 vitamin-rich superfood beetroot has become an indispensable part of the seasonal winter kitchen. Let's grow some of our own!
Radishes: these purple turnips are real eye-catchers! Here are some tips for how to raise your Growable Calendar radishes at home.