Growing a garden is equal parts challenging, rewarding, mystifying, and uplifting. There’s a lot to learn, but we’re here to help.
When is it better to direct sow a crop in the ground and when is it better to sow indoors and transplant later? Here are the pros and cons of each. Some crops grow better started one way or the other, sometimes the weather or the equipment you have will make the difference.
Starting seeds indoors this year? Make sure that you get your seedlings off to the best start possible with these tips.
2019 is a crazy time to be alive. Social Media has changed the farming community forever and we’ve scarcely had a second to think about it. Now that technology plays such a crucial role in our everyday lives, maybe it’s time to consider how it is changing who we are and how that makes us feel.
It's easy to start your own slips. Save money in your gardening budget.
Want some no-cost and low-cost ideas for turning your garden into a visual showplace? The author tells you how she and her husband did it.
North America’s native honeysuckle, Lonicera sempervirens, or Coral Honeysuckle, is less sweetly fragrant or infuriating than its Japanese invasive cousin.
When bitter cold winter brings gardeners inside, growing indoors can make it a little easier to bear.
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