Consider growing milkweed to encourage butterflies to take up residence in your garden!
Growing a vegetable garden is quite possibly one of the most rewarding activities a person can undertake. A little bit of poking around in the soil can net bushels of fresh produce.
Knowing where your produce comes from and how it was grown is priceless. In a world where so many of us are trying to cut our exposure to unnecessary chemicals in our lives, taking control of our fresh food production is empowering.
Arugula is a type of easy-to-grow leafy salad green that adds a slight peppery kick to salads and mesclun mixes.
Looking for a fun new veggie to add to the garden? Try growing Brussels sprouts! They’re fun to watch grow and make a delicious harvest.
Add some flavor to your garden by propagating rosemary plants. It’s easy and a great way to add more plants to your herb garden for free!
Dill is an attractive and aromatic plant to grow in a garden. Feathery-like foliage is used for flavoring and large, umbrella-like flower heads produce dill seeds.
Cauliflower is in the cabbage family, but its looks and flavors are distinctly different. Heads of cauliflower grow from bunches of small florets on a sturdy stem, one reason why “flower” is so prominent in its name.
Wondering which herbs to grow in your garden? This list will give you some ideas! Some are great for cooking, others for medicine, and many for both.
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.
Bok choy, also known as Chinese white cabbage, is an easy-to-grow vegetable to eat raw or for your home stir-fry garden.