One of the main reasons many home gardeners grow tomatoes is to make their own salsa! Truly there is no better salsa than one made with fresh-picked tomatoes!
Planting a salsa garden isn’t difficult. The biggest challenges lie in knowing when to plant and what to do when certain crops come to harvest earlier than others.
- What tomatoes are best for salsa?
- How do I know which onions to plant?
- When do I start planting each ingredient?
- What do I do when my tomatoes are ready but my peppers aren’t?
- When can I expect to harvest each crop?
Don’t have time to listen to the podcast today? I’ve created a free 28-page guide called How to Grow a Salsa Garden from planning to canning. I answer the questions above and I also address some of the basics of canning. In addition, you’ll receive a sample garden layout for a 4×8′ salsa garden, a planning chart including recommendations on when to plant each crop, and recipes for both fresh eating and canning salsa.
“This is a great resource that people are going to love. It looks very nice and is easy to read. The section on onions was extremely good. I like how the planting and harvesting chart can be easily adapted to my zone.” -Mary
“I LOVE it! I learned several things, including that I want to plant garlic this fall and grow it for next year. I like the idea of growing my own. I just never thought to do it before. You inspired me!” -Kim
If you want to grow your own salsa garden, or even if you just want some information on growing a few of the ingredients, this beginner’s guide has the basic information you’ll want in an easy-to-read, colorful format.
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Grow Ingredients for Fresh Salsa!
Do you want to make delicious, homemade salsa from fresh-picked ingredients you grew yourself?
In this guide I will teach you how to grow a salsa garden, from planning to canning, and everything in between.
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