Wondering which herbs to grow in your garden? This list will give you some ideas! Some are great for cooking, others for medicine, and many for both.
Got bugs? It’s time for a little aphid control with a two-pronged approach. You need to control the aphids AND the ants.
Keeping cats and deer (and even squirrels) out of raised beds can be a big task. Here’s one solution for critter proofing.
It’s that outside time of year. Which means that we humans must do battle with public enemy number one. That’s right; the mighty mosquito.
Lemongrass grows easily in my warm climate, but it also grows very easily in pots. This means that even if you live in a cooler region, you can move it indoors when the weather turns.
Sweet potato leaves are easy to sprout and grow indoors during the winter months. Use them in stews, salads, and stir fry dishes for a healthy meal.
Even small garden plots can benefit from embracing permaculture methods like a chop and drop method of mulching.