Organic gardening means using the least harmful method of controlling pests and diseases. It also means that the plant is not looked on as an isolated thing but part of bigger ecological system and doing what’s best for the system as a whole instead of what’s best for just the plant.
Want to save money on feeding your chickens? Plant these garden crops to supplement their feed.
Yacon’s edible tubers are sweet and crunchy, giving it the nickname “ground apple.” We’re growing yacon in the garden this year for the first time.
I’m experimenting with an unexpected “organic pest control” method to outsmart the pickleworm. Maybe THIS year I’ll have zucchini!
Creating islands of food production allows gardeners to harvest from an area regularly, even if some of the longer-term crops won’t produce for years.
Want to try something new this gardening season? These quirky and unusual heirloom vegetable seeds will add a bit of fabulous to your garden beds!
Garden ideas and projects to tackle in the dead of winter. Plan for the garden. Grow things. Build things. It’s almost as good as digging in the dirt!
Nectarines and other stone fruits started from seed can produce excellent fruit. Sprout your favorite peach, nectarine, plum, or apricot for free orchard trees.
While it’s such a simple goal, there are a lot of steps we need to implement in order to grow more food. Some seems easy. Some feels daunting. But we need to do this! Are you with me?