Fruits & Vegetables
'Escamillo' is an award-winning pepper for the north
The ultimate in artificial fruits
Sales of pink pumpkins support the fight against breast cancer
Fall-sown cover crops will add organic matter ("black gold") to your garden soil.
Crabapple fruits add sparkling color to the winter landscape.
Know where your manure comes from and avoid contaminating your garden with herbicide.
Apples will freeze at approximately 28°F. Use frosted apples quickly.
Plant garlic now and enjoy some amazing meals next summer!
The first frost may strike tonight. Be prepared!
NDSU Extension Service horticulturist Ron Smith explains how to deal with flowering rhubarb.
There are many advantages to growing vegetables or flowers in a raised garden bed. NDSU Extension Horticulture Agent Todd Weinmann explains how to build a basic 4' x 4' raised garden bed.