Growing bananas for a tropical harvest is easy, easy in warm climates. Check out how to grow bananas, harvest bananas, and what banana trees need to thrive.
Growing persimmons for a late fall harvest on your homestead? Choosing a persimmon tree will depend on a few factors and how you plan to use the persimmons you grow. Here’s how to decide between an American persimmon tree or a Fuyu persimmon tree.
Growing blueberries in containers is a great way to produce fruit right in your own backyard. Even apartment dwellers can harvest fruit from the balcony!
Urban fruit! An edible landscape is great for city gardeners and fruiting trees are a perfect addition to an edible landscape. They’re beautiful, functional as they provide shade, and they can produce fruit within 3-5 years. Planting a fruit tree now will provide an abundant harvest for years to come.
While honey bees are familiar to most of us, there are many other bee species that are great pollinators. Mason bees have a lot of characteristics that make them great garden pollinators. Here’s what you need to know about their habits and how to encourage them at your place.
The cooperative extension system, affiliated with universities across the USA, are a great source of expert information for gardeners, canners, and cooks.