What to do on a Rainy Day

Home Harvest Kitchen Gardens is getting ready for another season so those little tasks around the house need to be taken care of soon. I have been promising myself that I would clean up my spice drawer.  Is there any need to wonder why? I love to cook with herbs and spices and have acquired […]

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So What Do We Do?

Home Harvest Kitchen Gardens is a locally owned and operated small social enterprise.  We are passionate about assisting others to grow their own healthy herbs and veggies.  A Home Harvest raised bed garden will last for years providing you and your family with an abundance of food right at your doorstep. Many floral gardeners are […]

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Cats, Deer, Rabbits and Slugs

How do I keep cats out my garden?  How do I keep deer and rabbits from eating my veggies and what do I do about those pesky slugs?  These are questions that Home Harvest is asked often.  So we decided to do the research and share our findings. Starting with cats!  We love them for […]

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Planting Garlic

Of the many types of wonderful herbs and vegetables we grow (or try to grow) in our own Home Harvest Kitchen Garden there is one we value most of all – Garlic. We can think of no other crop that is as easy to grow, provides greater utility and saves more on our food budget […]

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Glen Garden Looking Good

Home Harvest is pleased to report that Glen Garden is once again thriving.  There is still evidence of the damage done, particularly to the tomato plants; however, with the generous support of the community, many new transplants are starting to take root.  Amazingly, even seeds sown last week are starting sprout. We had an opportunity […]

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Glen Garden Update

Home Harvest Kitchen Gardens is proud to be a part of the Glen Garden and ISIS community.  While the events of Sunday night are disheartening, it is encouraging that the gardening community has come together to replenish the losses.  We thank Bloom Greenhouse & Garden Centre, Hammonds Plains for their very generous donation of transplants […]

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