Learn how to build straw bale compost bins in the winter to expand your vegetable garden. Let nature do most of the work for you.
Tasty squash, prepared in so many ways, give us serious calories and delicious dishes through most of the winter!
Know the seed starting basics: starting your seed sprouting inside will go a long ways towards giving your garden an early start.
Elizabeth has a problem with her no-till garden. Though it is building good soil, the subsoil floods. Now she thinks she's found a solution!
Most people with hoophouses (high tunnels, polytunnels) will need to know how to remove snow off the structure in the winter. Here are methods to pull, push and melt down the snow, so that the plants get daylight, the plastic does not tear and the frame does not collapse from the weight. This information will bring peace of mind and provide efficient snow removal methods, leaving you ready to get back to harvesting those delicious winter greens. Originally published in November of 2018.
When bitter cold winter brings gardeners inside, growing indoors can make it a little easier to bear. Originally published in February of 2019.
Herbs work harder than your ordinary houseplant. They bring fragrance to the room, flavor to the food and can grow year-round. Here's 8 easy growing herbs and how to get started! Originally published in December of 2016.
Use this unique technique to grow salad greens in a limited space, even in winter.
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