Where bamboo is plentiful, it’s an excellent building material and resource for gardeners. This bamboo trellis building method is a bit different!
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.
A compact rototiller gets into small spaces, making them great for tilling in unconventional ways around the homestead, even if you’re not into tillage.
Hot peppers come in a large range of shapes, colors, and spiciness. Here’s how to grow hot peppers successfully in your garden, from seed to harvest!
Gardening methods can vary but one thing that’s non-negotiable is that a vegetable garden needs good soil. Here are 5 tips for building good garden soil.
Start these popcorn shoots today and you’ll have fresh greens to add to salads & sandwiches in a week. Microgreens are a perfect way to grow food inside.
Using eggshells in the garden can improve your harvest and save you a bit of money, too. Give these ideas a try for a no-cost way to a better garden!
These common plant diseases and pest problems impact both indoor and outdoor plants, but you’ll need to be especially vigilant during seed starting season. Indoor plants can be plagued by these plant diseases, but there are natural methods to control them so you won’t have to resort to toxic pest control.
Perennial peanut grass, an evergreen ground cover, is a great lawn replacement that’s drought tolerant. Mowed, it’s low enough to walk on. This evergreen ground cover has pretty yellow flowers, bright green leaves, and will out-compete grasses and other weeds. Chickens will even eat the yellow flowers.