Growing blueberries is a great way to produce some of your own fruit. You don’t need a lot of space – they do great in containers.
You can grow a productive food crop in a shade garden. Plant these vegetables that will survive – and thrive! – in low light situations.
Urban fruit! Edible landscaping is great for city gardeners. Grow fruit trees in containers or as part of your front yard landscape.
Fig trees are great for urban gardeners. They do well in containers, making them a productive fruit tree that can provide a harvest in small spaces.
I’ve tried my fair share of natural weed killers. Here’s what works (and what’s less than stellar) at keeping weeds at bay.
No room for a compost bin? You can still use your kitchen waste to create nutrients in the garden! Trench composting might be the solution for you.
Perennial garden crops include fruits, vegetables, herbs, and even flowers. Plant them once and you can harvest for years!
These small garden ideas will help you get the most bang for your vegetable gardening buck!
These vegetable crops are fast to mature. This means that even if you’re starting late, you can still harvest a crop this year.