Consider growing milkweed to encourage butterflies to take up residence in your garden!
Planning a vegetable garden means thinking about what you have, what you need, and what you want from your gardening efforts.
Starting a vegetable garden requires a bit of forethought. You could just toss seeds into the wind and hope for the best, but that’s unlikely to generate a worthwhile crop.
Understanding the needs of different crops will help you decide where to plant them. Or whether to plant them at all. Garden planning sometimes means compromising on what will grow well versus your ideals.
Choose vegetables that grow in shade to increase your shade garden success. These partial shade vegetables will grow in low light situations.
Growing root vegetables and starchy crops in your garden will assure that you harvest plenty of calories. This is crucial for a survival garden.
Planting a front yard full of pretty edibles — annual and perennial vegetables — is a great way to use the most of your space.
Here’s how to start a vegetable garden from scratch so you can harvest fresh vegetables from your yard! Plant your own garden, eat good food for less.
Add flowers you can eat to your garden for a bonus food source. Here’s how to use edible flowers in your kitchen (and how to know what’s safe to eat.)
The best organic garden comes from the best organic soil. Improve soil for better crop yield and healthier plants in your vegetable garden.
Growing your own food doesn’t have to be expensive or all-consuming. Check out these 15 tips to make your garden thrive with less work.
There are plenty of reasons to choose heirloom seeds instead of their hybrid cousins. Your vegetable garden will shine with some of these vintage varieties!