These green monsters are the bane of gardeners! Tomato hornworms cause much damage – here’s how to eliminate them in your garden.
Looking for an easy flower to add to your vegetable or flower garden? Grow nasturtiums! They’re pretty, hardy, and edible!
Chive plants have a perennial nature and can be a tasty addition to vegetable, herb and flower gardens. Sound good? Consider growing chives in your veggie or herb garden!
Planting fall vegetables allows you to harvest fresh produce into the winter in milder climates. Harvest these cool weather crops into the winter months!
Try something new in the garden! Growing okra in the garden nets a harvest as well as beautiful blooms. It’s delicious baked or pickled!
Growing Roma tomatoes nets a meatier, less seedy variety of tomato, perfect for cooking up into thick, rich sauces or for dehydrating to stock your pantry.
Growing asparagus in the home garden makes this often-expensive vegetable easy to put on the table without busting the grocery budget!
A lemongrass plant is easy to grow and pretty, too. Growing lemongrass in your own garden means you’ll have it on hand when recipes call for this herb.
Hummingbirds & their amazing aerobatics are a delight, but attract hummingbirds to your garden as natural pest control, too!