It can be frustrating to figure out how to get rid of fruit flies in compost piles. These easy tricks will substantially reduce their population.
This kitchen staple is edible from its stalks to the celery leaves. Growing celery is a satisfying endeavor; you’ll harvest it from the garden for months.
Pineapples may be a novelty fruit, but you can grow one at home in a container. Here’s how to grow a pineapple plant from the crown instead of tossing it.
Growing green beans is easy, and the plants produce for an extended period of time. Also known as string beans, these legumes make great pickles, too!
Give vegetable seeds a head start in the garden by soaking seeds before planting them. The extra moisture can speed germination and helps them thrive.
It’s that outside time of year. Which means that we humans must do battle with public enemy number one. That’s right; the mighty mosquito.
Growing Swiss chard in containers is a great way for urbanites to grow some greens. Of course, Swiss chard is a great addition to a full-sized garden, too.
If you’re planting a garden, decide if you’re planting seeds or seedlings. Here’s what to know about seed germination & growing vegetables from seeds.
Build a vermicompost bin for worm composting in just 30 minutes. Castings from this worm bin are a rich garden amendment that will make your garden grow!