From spaghetti sauce to your favorite pizza toppings, an Italian Kitchen Garden has all the produce and herbs to create an Italian feast!
I don’t know about you, but I am so ready to dust off my gardening gloves after this crazy winter we have had. I am welcoming warmer spring weather into my life. Please. I am so over this cold spring weather we have been having here in New Jersey. While I don’t technically plant a vegetable garden at our home mainly because we have a 700-acre garden outside my back door, I like to help our customers with suggestions and ideas for starting their gardens. As an Italian who loves to spend time in the kitchen, there are certain herbs and vegetables that I just can’t live without. An Italian Kitchen Garden is the perfect way to have all those must-need vegetables for sauces and Italian recipes at the ready.
Before you set out to plant your garden, you need to determine how much space you will have for your gardening adventure. If you are new to gardening, check out my 10 Gardening Tips For Beginners for suggestions on how to get started. You can go big or small when it comes to gardening. Some folks have a large plot of land available to use while others just like to plant container gardens. Whatever you decide, take into account the amount of time you have to spend caring for your crops. Planting the back 40 sounds like a cool idea but weeding, feeding and watering it is quite a chore. If you are not quite sure when to get your garden growing, download this Vegetable Gardening Guide to help you determine what veggies should be planted when.
Here are my suggestions on what to Plant For Your Italian Kitchen Garden
Here are some delicious Italian Kitchen Garden Recipes