For anyone who has ever wanted to build a raised garden bed, but didn't have the tools, know-how, time or potentially the space, former teacher Jill Plumb invented the M Brace, an easy, eco way to build raised garden beds without tools.
Organic gardening expert advises on whether to build raised beds for a new garden.
This photographic illustration shows how permanent gardens beds are beneficial, and prevent soil compaction.
Participate in our reader photo contest by showing off pictures of your permanent raised garden beds.
The new website offers the home gardener an expanded product selection of useful garden products.
Cam is trying to extend his growing season with DIY greenhouse structures.
How-To Build a Hoop House; a collection of resources for growers.
Readers share tips and tricks for taking care of winter garden beds.
Digging up places for new garden beds can take a long time. The sooner you start, the better!
Just because the package says “local,” doesn't guarantee that it is.
The community garden in East Harlem, Chenchita's Garden, is beginning to take shape.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS Associate Editor Shelley Stonebrook offers tips for building permanent garden beds and paths. Shelley presented her workshop “10 Great Ways to Make Gardening Easier” at the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR in Puyallup, Wash.
Gina Luker of The Shabby Chic Cottage turns a flea market suitcase and baskets into a wonderful bedside table that doubles as valuable storage.
When it comes to your health and well-being your bed is the most important furniture choice you will make. This article describes why and how to choose the healthiest bed options for you and your family.
Hugelkultur is nothing more than making raised garden beds filled with rotten wood. This makes for raised garden beds loaded with organic material, nutrients, air pockets for the roots of what you plant, etc.
Recipe for Southern-style shrimp and grits, made with superb Floriani Red Flint grain corn.
Eggs aren't the only things that come from the business end of a chicken. But with a little time and materials, and even less ingenuity, the rest can set you up with a free and steady supply of valuable organic fertilizer.