Every year gardeners lose their crops thanks to formerly safe gardening amendments. Don’t let your garden be next!
Seeds of different varieties can look the same, but produce vastly different plants. On the other hand, some varieties of plants, such as cotton, let themselves be known by the seeds themselves. No matter what the variety, sometimes we get them mixed up. It happens to the best of us.
Quick-growing willow provides plenty of natural material that you can work with in the garden. Watch our step-by-step video or read on to find out how to make a willow hurdle.
Using free mulch from a tree service (arborist chips) can be a cost-saver but it comes with the need to be vigilant to certain potential hazards and requirements. Blythe speaks to some of these problems and how to deal with them in this post.
How to make a low-cost dual watering system for home or small farm gardens
Unlock the full potential of the sun with an energy-efficient passive solar greenhouse, and grow warm-season plants year round with little to no extra heating.
Last time I covered Lemon balm, Chamomile, and Echinacea. This time I will cover calendula, Garlic, and Arnica. Three very different plants but all great for a home medical kit.
Have you seen cotton plants in a museum and wondered how that could ever become clothes? It is not as hard as you think. Learn to spin the fiber and you are on your way to producing cloth.