It's Time to Start Planting for a Fall Harvest!

Welcome to Daddy Pete’s Plant Pleaser, where our mission is to help you grow…one plant, one garden, one lawn at a time.

As pioneer men and women cultivating your own lawns and gardens to grow your own fruits and vegetables, we offer recipes to help you bring your harvest from your garden…to your kitchen…to your dinner table.

So let your inner farm out…jump into our website and indulge in our knowledge. Come discover farming through the eyes of Daddy Pete’s. Timeless products…unparalleled quality…our goal is to become more and more creative, so that our creativity equals your increase.


FRUIT & VEGETABLE LIST

  • Mustard Greens
  • Onions
  • Radishes
  • Spinach
  • Sweet Peas
  • Turnip Greens
  • Turnips
  • Beets
  • Broccoli
  • Cabbage
  • Carrots
  • Cauliflower
  • Collard Greens
  • Lettuce

August has arrived and summer will be coming to an end soon, so now is the time to plant the following Fall vegetables: beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, collard greens, lettuce, mustard greens, onions, radishes, spinach, sweet peas, turnip greens, and turnips. To ensure an amazing fall harvest of these vegetables, we recommend using Daddy Pete’s Potting Mix or Daddy Pete’s Raised Bed Mix for planting.  If you are amending your existing soil for planting these August items, we recommend using Daddy Pete’s Cow Manure, Daddy Pete’s Kickin’ Chickin, or Daddy Pete’s Lawn & Garden Soil as an excellent soil amendment.

As with any month of the year, August is a good month for fertilizing your lawn with Daddy Pete’s Barnyard Fertilizer. This is our pelleted lawn and garden fertilizer that consists of Daddy Pete’s Composted Cow Manure and Daddy Pete’s Composted Chicken Manure. It can be applied all 4 seasons of the year, and it is safe for pets and children. This all-natural fertilizer adds organic matter to your lawn and garden, and it will not burn your lawn during the summer months. You can apply our Barnyard Fertilizer with a broadcast spreader by placing your setting to fully open or 1 position back from fully open.

  REFRIGERATOR PICKLED BEETS        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - HEALTHSTARTSINTHEKITCHEN.COM

REFRIGERATOR PICKLED BEETS

 

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  FRIED CABBAGE AND POTATOES WITH BACON        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - SAVORYTOOTH.COM

FRIED CABBAGE AND POTATOES WITH BACON

 

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LOADED CAULIFLOWER CASSEROLE

 

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AVOCADO RANCH CHICKEN SALAD LETTUCE CUPS

 

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  CARAMELIZED ONION ROASTED GARLIC BISQUE        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - LIFECURRENTSBLOG.COM

CARAMELIZED ONION ROASTED GARLIC BISQUE

 

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  ONE POT SPINACH & FETA MACaRONI & CHEESE        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - DIETHOOD.COM

ONE POT SPINACH & FETA MACaRONI & CHEESE

 

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TURNIP GREENS IN PRESsure cooker

 

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  CHICKEN AND BROCCOLI STIR FRY        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - DINNERATTHEZOO.COM

CHICKEN AND BROCCOLI STIR FRY

 

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  SPICED CARROT BREAD WITH VANILLA CHIPS        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - DONTWASTETHECRUMBS.COM

SPICED CARROT BREAD WITH VANILLA CHIPS

 

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  VEGAN SOUTHERN-STYLED COLLARD GREENS        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - HEALTHIERSTEPS.COM

VEGAN SOUTHERN-STYLED COLLARD GREENS

 

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GRITS SMOTHERED WITH MUSTARD GREENS

 

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  RADISH SALSA        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - THELIVEINKITCHEN.COM

RADISH SALSA

 

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  PEA AND WASABI DIP        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - COOKINGLIGHT.COM

PEA AND WASABI DIP

 

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SPICY TURNIP CHIPS

 

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Plant or Replant These Vegetables This Month in Your Garden

Welcome to Daddy Pete’s Plant Pleaser, where our mission is to help you grow…one plant, one garden, one lawn at a time.

As pioneer men and women cultivating your own lawns and gardens to grow your own fruits and vegetables, we offer recipes to help you bring your harvest from your garden…to your kitchen…to your dinner table.

So let your inner farm out…jump into our website and indulge in our knowledge. Come discover farming through the eyes of Daddy Pete’s. Timeless products…unparalleled quality…our goal is to become more and more creative, so that our creativity equals your increase.


FRUIT & VEGETABLE LIST

  • Bell Peppers
  • Corn
  • Green Beans
  • Hot Peppers
  • Okra
  • Pumpkin
  • Squash
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Tomatoes

July is still a great month for starting a new garden or raised bed, or for replanting vegetables in your existing garden or raised beds. During the month of July, you can plant the following vegetables for the first time or you can replant them for a later harvest: bell peppers, corn, green beans, hot peppers, okra, pumpkin, squash, sweet potatoes, and tomatoes. To plant or replant these items during July, we recommend using our Daddy Pete’s Cow Manure, Daddy Pete’s Kickin’ Chickin, Daddy Pete’s Lawn & Garden, or Daddy Pete’s Mushroom Compost mixed in with your existing soil. You can also use Daddy Pete’s Raised Bed Mix as a stand-alone mix to put in your raised beds.

As with any month of the year, July is a good month for fertilizing your lawn with Daddy Pete’s Barnyard Fertilizer. This is our new, pelleted lawn and garden fertilizer that consists of Daddy Pete’s Composted Cow Manure and Daddy Pete’s Composted Chicken Manure. It can be applied all 4 seasons of the year, and it is safe for pets and children. This all-natural fertilizer adds organic matter to your lawn and garden, and it will not burn your lawn during the summer months. You can apply our Barnyard Fertilizer with a broadcast spreader by placing your setting to fully open or 1 position back from fully open.

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CHEESY BROCCOLI RICE STUFFED PEPPERS

 

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  GREEK GREEN BEAN SALAD        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - PEASANDCRAYONS.COM

GREEK GREEN BEAN SALAD

 

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  STEWED OKRA AND TOMATOES        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - SPICYSOUTHERNKITCHEN.COM

STEWED OKRA AND TOMATOES

 

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  CHEESY GARLIC PARMESAN SPAGHETTI SQUASH        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - PEASANDCRAYONS.COM

CHEESY GARLIC PARMESAN SPAGHETTI SQUASH

 

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TOMATO BASIL MOZZARELLA TOAST

 

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QUICK AND EASY CORN FRITTERS

 

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HOMEMADE HOT SAUCE

 

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  PUMPKIN, KALE, AND SMOKED SAUSAGE PASTA        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - OHSODELICIOSO.COM

PUMPKIN, KALE, AND SMOKED SAUSAGE PASTA

 

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  STUFFED SWEET POTATO BREAKFAST BOWL        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - HUNGRYBYNATURE.COM

STUFFED SWEET POTATO BREAKFAST BOWL

 

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It's Not Too Late to Plant These Fruits and Vegetables in June!

Welcome to Daddy Pete’s Plant Pleaser, where our mission is to help you grow…one plant, one garden, one lawn at a time.

As pioneer men and women cultivating your own lawns and gardens to grow your own fruits and vegetables, we offer recipes to help you bring your harvest from your garden…to your kitchen…to your dinner table.

So let your inner farm out…jump into our website and indulge in our knowledge. Come discover farming through the eyes of Daddy Pete’s. Timeless products…unparalleled quality…our goal is to become more and more creative, so that our creativity equals your increase.


FRUIT & VEGETABLE LIST

  • Black Eyed Peas
  • Pumpkin
  • Sweet Potatoes

With summer approaching, June is still a good time to start a new garden or to continue making changes to your existing garden or raised beds. It is not too late to plant the following fruits and vegetables that we listed in April and May: cantaloupe, honey dew melon, watermelon, corn, cucumbers, field peas, green beans, okra, peanuts, peppers, popcorn, squash, and tomatoes. In addition to these items, the month of June is the ideal time to plant black-eyed peas, pumpkins, and sweet potatoes. To plant these June items, we recommend using Daddy Pete’s Cow Manure, Daddy Pete’s Kickin’ Chickin, or Daddy Pete’s Lawn & Garden Soil mixed in with your existing soil. And as with any other month, it is always a great time to apply Daddy Pete’s Pelleted Barnyard Fertilizer on your lawn or garden for a natural way to fertilize throughout the summer months.

  BLACK-EYED PEA SALAD        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - OLIVIASCUISINE.COM

BLACK-EYED PEA SALAD

 

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  EASY PUMPKIN BREAD WITH LESS SUGAR AND FRESH PUMPKIN        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - LADYLESSHOME.COM

EASY PUMPKIN BREAD WITH LESS SUGAR AND FRESH PUMPKIN

 

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  BAKED EGGS AND SPINACH IN SWEET POTATO BOATS        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - HAPPYHEALTHYMOMMA.COM

BAKED EGGS AND SPINACH IN SWEET POTATO BOATS

 

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ACCARA - BLACK-EYED PEA FRITTERS

 

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PUMPKIN MUFFINS

 

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GROUND TURKEY SWEET POTATO SKILLET

 

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Gardening Tips for the Month of May!

Welcome to Daddy Pete’s Plant Pleaser, where our mission is to help you grow…one plant, one garden, one lawn at a time.

As pioneer men and women cultivating your own lawns and gardens to grow your own fruits and vegetables, we offer recipes to help you bring your harvest from your garden…to your kitchen…to your dinner table.

So let your inner farm out…jump into our website and indulge in our knowledge. Come discover farming through the eyes of Daddy Pete’s. Timeless products…unparalleled quality…our goal is to become more and more creative, so that our creativity equals your increase.


FRUIT & VEGETABLE LIST

  • Okra
  • Peanuts
  • Popcorn
  • Crowder Peas
  • Eggplant
  • Field Peas

May is still a great month to start a new garden or raised bed; and it isn’t too late to plant all of the fruits and vegetables that we listed for you for April: cantaloupe, honey dew melon, watermelon, bell peppers, corn, cucumbers, green beans, hot peppers, lima beans, squash, tomatoes, and zucchini.  In addition to April’s items, you can now plant the following vegetables for May: crowder peas, eggplant, field peas, okra, peanuts, and popcorn.  To plant these items, we recommend using Daddy Pete’s Perennial Pleaser or Daddy Pete’s Potting Mix.  If you are amending your existing garden, you can use Daddy Pete’s Cow Manure, Daddy Pete’s Kickin’ Chickin, or Daddy Pete’s Mushroom Compost.  And as with any other month, it is always a great time to apply Daddy Pete’s Barnyard Fertilizer on your lawn or garden for a natural way to fertilize.

Okra Planting Tip: If you soak your okra seeds in warm water the night before you plant them, more seeds tend to germinate.

  CROWDER PEA SUCCOTASH        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - MYRECIPES.COM

CROWDER PEA SUCCOTASH

 

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  CRISPY SPICED FIELD PEAS        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - THELOCALPALATE.COM

CRISPY SPICED FIELD PEAS

 

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  THE BEST AND EASIEST HOMEMADE PEANUT BUTTER        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - FOXANDBRIAR.COM

THE BEST AND EASIEST HOMEMADE PEANUT BUTTER

 

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GRANDMA'S BAKED EGGPLANT PARMESAN

 

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  FRIED OKRA BITES        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - PLAINCHICKEN.COM

FRIED OKRA BITES

 

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  S'MORES POPCORN RECIPE        VIEW RECIPE        PHOTO CREDIT - BOMBSHELLBLING.COM

S'MORES POPCORN RECIPE

 

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