Companion planting repels pests & boosts your garden’s health. Try adding herbs like dill, chives, and rosemary to your vegetable garden to help it thrive.
Talk about a time saver in the garden! Perennial vegetables and fruits are productive plants that come back every year – plant once, harvest for YEARS!
Want to treat your favorite gardener to something that’s just perfect for them? These gardening gifts will get them growing, and with a range of prices.
Organic pest control doesn’t have to mean fruits and veggies riddled with worms. Your vegetable garden can thrive without the addition of poisons. Here’s how to use organic pest control methods to keep your vegetable garden thriving without pest damage.
Growing the amaranth plant & other quasi-grains like buckwheat & sorghum is a fun way to expand your harvest to include unusual crops in your veggie garden.
Growing stevia is a way to produce some of your own natural sweetener. Plus, it’s a pretty addition to your herb garden, calorie free, and easy to grow.
Try your hand at growing lettuce indoors! Eat fresh salad greens year round by adopting the idea of growing an inside garden. Perfect for city folks!
Harvesting basil to ensure a continuous source of flavorful leaves from your garden all summer long is easy! Here’s how to pick basil leaves and use this tasty herb in recipes.
Lasagna gardening is an easy way to get started with no-till growing. Sheet mulching with materials you have on hand makes for a budget-friendly garden.