This dish tastes best when using young green beans. Remove the stem but leave the tail for a more natural, freshly-picked look. Pairs well with steamed rice and an Asian-style beef, chicken or tofu.
Gardening in the Inland Northwest is exciting and rewarding. Our spring weather is ideal for vegetables like lettuce, beets and broccoli to grow and thrive. During summer we have plenty of cloud free days and heat to help ripen warm weather crops like tomatoes, peppers and eggplant. By fall the slow growing vegetables like pumpkins will be ready to harvest. You can also grow a second season of cool weather veggies starting in late summer into the fall.
Here are some tips and tricks to help create success in your garden!