Tips

Search our Tips to find out how to use, grow, and store all the produce we grow at Cedar Circle Farm.

Latest Storage Tips

  • Cabbage: Using & Storing – Do you know how to use cabbage? How about storing it? This tip will teach you how to do both things, so you can make the most of the harvest! Read more →
  • Preserving Blueberries – Learn a few simple ways to put up your favorite blue berry. Read more →
  • Freezing Tomatoes – Freezing tomatoes is super easy. Once frozen, tomatoes do not hold their shape and are somewhat mushy which makes them perfect for use in soups, chili, sauces, or added in to a stir fry or anything else you’d like a little tomato flavor in! Your winter self will be so pleased that you’ve done this! Read more →

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Latest Cooking Tips

  • Kale: All About It – Kale, sometimes referred to as “leaf cabbage”, is a cultivar of cabbage (Brassica oleracea). The leaves can be curly, bumpy, or frilly, and range in color from light green, to dark green, to purple and red. Read more →
  • Radishes: All About Them – The radish is an edible root vegetable of the Brassicaceae family (mustard, cabbage, broccoli etc.). Although radishes are most commonly eaten raw, they are also wonderful cooked or pickled. Read more →
  • Bok Choy: All About It – Bok Choy is a cruciferous vegetable (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage family). It does not form real “heads”, but instead grows as a cluster of leaves. Read more →

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Latest Gardening Tips

  • Growing Cut Flowers – Having beautiful flowers available for cutting is always a pleasure. And by cutting your flowers, you help encourage continuous blooms throughout the season as well. Read more →
  • Perennial Grasses – When you think about your perennial gardens, does grass come to mind? Well, perennial grasses are not for the birds… or are they? Read more →
  • Deer Resistant Plants – Oh deer….It happens to the best of us. Adorable little Bambi creeps out every spring and fills up on the tender shoots and leaves of our favorite plants. What should you do? Read more →

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