How do you decide what to plant in the garden? Check out the five important garden questions I ask myself each year before planting time.
There’s just never enough room to grow everything you’d like. Or is there?
We all know about the benefits of eating healthy produce that is grown in our gardens, but did you know that gardening is also good for your mental wellbeing too? Gardening is being actively sought after for helping people in many more ways than most are aware of, from physical activity to helping deal with dementia and Alzheimer's. Here is a quick look at what is known as "Horticultural Therapy."
Tips on how to grow hundreds of transplantable bare root trees and shrubs in a small space.
Let's celebrate kids curiosity in the garden and help them get growing! Find some valuable how to's and tips on making kids in the garden a fun and fruitful experience for everyone!
Clay garden soil is less than ideal when trying to grow a garden. Luckily, there are a few different ways that you can turn your clay soil into rich garden soil.
Are mobility issues or gardening in a wheelchair holding you back from enjoying the full breadth of gardening activities? I have a tips and ideas that can make gardening a possibility for those living with mobility restraints.
It’s important to spend time with small children gardening. They learn so many things, including development of their fine motor skills, science, stages of plants, and about being responsible for managing their food system for the future. But most important, family time is shared in the garden.
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