Vegetable container gardening is a good option for urban gardeners and easy to do! Make your limited space productive – tips for growing vegetables in pots.
SMALL SPACE GARDENS
Small gardens are a great option for those with limited space, limited time, and limited mobility.
Here’s how to harvest an abundance of carrots from your garden this year. Growing carrots & eating them straight from the soil is a joy of gardening.
Small garden space? Consider growing tomatoes in pots! Heres what you need to know about growing this summertime crop in containers.
A windowsill herb garden makes fresh flavor convenient throughout the winter; it’s also a good option year round for apartment or condo dwellers.
Planting a front yard full of pretty edibles — annual and perennial vegetables — is a great way to use the most of your space.
This insidious fungi can impact a wide range of vegetable crops. There are a number of natural tactics gardeners can take to reduce powdery mildew damage.
When greens are in short supply, sunflower sprouts can fill in a need for greens, but they’re great in salads and sandwiches ANY time of year!
Tender green lettuce leaves are very susceptible to damage from slugs and snails. They’re also a favorite of pests like rabbits and deer, though admittedly those are not a problem for me here. To combat the damage from snails and slugs, try planting lettuce in containers up off the ground.
Trying to figure out what will provide the best harvest for your space? Understanding annuals vs. perennials is a good place to start planning a garden.