Anyone who has an orchard or garden knows how frustrating it is to work day in and day out only to find that deer have eaten your lettuce, trampled your tomatoes, pulled up turnips and carrots, ruined your flower beds, ripped the leaves off your young apple trees, or eaten the fruits right off the trees.
Radishes are wonderfully diverse with many different colors, shapes and sizes! Spring and summer varieties can be pink, red, white, golden, or purple. They can be shaped like bulbs, be more elongated like fingers, or even taper like carrots.
Two of the most popular crops to start indoors and transplant out are peppers and tomatoes. These tips will help ensure that you will have healthy, happy plants after you introduce them to the great outdoors.