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?
Growing a salsa garden is fun and rewarding and with these
tips you'll be on your way!
Also I mention in the podcast my free 28-page guide on
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 4x8' salsa garden, a planning chart including recommendations on
when to plant each crop, and recipes for both fresh eating and
Here are a few things some of the early readers had to say
"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.