Apples

Apples

Crunchy, sweet, and delicious, apples are easy to love. And, with 2,500 varieties of apples grown in the US, there are so many different kinds to try. In the Garden Apple trees are a long-term investment and can take multiple years to produce fruit after planting....
Huckleberries

Huckleberries

Montana is known for vast skies, diverse wildlife, and huckleberry everything. A huckleberry is a common name for small berries that look like blueberries and domesticating them has eluded researchers for decades. For that reason, you can only harvest them in the...
Zucchini

Zucchini

Summer squash season is here, and you know what that means–zucchini galore! Along with cucumbers, melons, and winter squash, zucchini is a member of the Cucurbitaceae or gourd family. With its soft texture and mild flavor, zucchini is a highly versatile vegetable that...
Rhubarb

Rhubarb

Rhubarb is a tell-tale sign of spring. You may recognize the plant by its large, green triangular leaves. The leaves of the plant contain toxic substances including oxalic acid and are inedible. However, the plant’s vibrant green, pink, or red stalks are rich in...
Asparagus

Asparagus

We love our spring greens and asparagus is no exception. It’s crisp, subtle in flavor, and simple to prepare. In Montana, you can find green, white, purple, and even wild varieties. In the Garden Did you know that a well-managed asparagus bed can remain productive for...