Utilize a seed inventory to keep track of the seeds you've saved and to save money.
Luffas are fun, rewarding and a great conversation starter. Learn how to grow your own shower or kitchen sponge!
Forget about your ho-hum garden on the ground and reach for the sun with our vertical garden of trellised tomatoes, squash and cucumbers.
Increase your garden’s productivity with growing vertically. Beans, peas, squash and cucumbers love vertical growth. Culinary herbs love the vertical pocket gardens.
By Jo deVries
Growing edibles indoors can be accomplished with indoor plants that will flower and bear fruit, or offer a continued supply of cut-and-come-again greens.
A schedule for starting indoor vegetable seeds, along with the process for hardening off seedlings before transplanting, will help safeguard transplants.
Considered invasive in some areas, Japanese Wineberries, when properly pruned and controlled, produce delicious fruit and add beauty to home gardens.
Learn how you prepare your fruit trees for the winter and boost their natural immunity from disease ensuring bountiful harvests for years to come.
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