Are you a new gardener? If so, here’s a great article about the best crops to start off with for beginner gardeners.

I tell Grant, my husband, that I could be a professional radish grower. We grow radishes every year in our spring and fall garden, and they grow like gangbusters. We’ve found all sorts of different ways to eat radishes around our house because there are a few weeks every year when we have them coming out of our ears. I always recommend that new and old gardeners grow radishes because they are nearly impossible to screw up – they rarely succumb to pests or diseases, and they require very little upkeep. Even in years when nothing seems to go as planned in the garden, I can always count on my radishes!

What’s your favorite “dummy-proof” crop to grow?

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