With spring coming up in just a few weeks, it’s a great time to begin planning your garden. If you’re new to gardening, you’ll be glad to hear that there are many tips that can help make the process cheaper, easier, and more efficient. The great thing about the hacks in this article is that […]
For a gardening enthusiast, there’s nothing worse than not getting out into your green space. If you’ve got a green-fingered calling, the winter can put the brakes on your passion and bring down your mood. Luckily, there are many ways to stay busy in the garden during the winter. How to Keep Gardening in Winter Prepare […]
For many people, winter is about cozy open fires, slippers and huddling inside. Few people give much thought to their garden during the winter, let alone the compost pile. But composting in the winter gives your garden and soil a great head-start when spring finally comes. Read on for tips and hints to help you […]
Being a new gardener is hard. There’s so much to learn — how to start seeds, how to care for your plants, how to prevent diseases…the list goes on. But would you believe me if I told you that one of the most common mistakes that new gardeners make is one of the simplest to fix? […]
Aquaponics is the fastest and most efficient way to grow lots of food in a small space. So why don’t more people do it? First of all, it’s a bit more complicated than planting and watering seeds. You have to set everything up properly, and you have to get fish and take care of them […]
Lots of people are planting their fall gardens right now, so it seems like a good time to talk about gardening mistakes–the kind that could ruin your harvest and make all that digging and planting feel like a total waste of time. Of course, a failed garden isn’t the end of the world–you can just […]
It’s hard to believe that the first week of June is nearly in the books! But as the temperatures start to warm up, and the garden begins to take off – it means it’s time to start pruning our tomato
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20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips And Ideas Not everyone has green thumbs, I am one of those people. I have attempted to garden every year for about 6 years and every year I always mess up at some point. I take that as lessons learned and hope that one year I can have a successful food …
Garden season is here! Over the course of the next few weeks, millions upon millions of tomato, pepper, cucumber, zucchini and other vegetable plant varieties will make their way into gardens. Getting your plants off to a great start is a
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If you want to have less weeds, less maintenance, fewer headaches and more vegetables from your garden – then mulch in the garden is the answer! The list of benefits for utilizing mulch in the garden is long and powerful. It is a
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It’s nearly impossible to believe that in just a few weeks, we will be heading into our 6th planting season at the farm. That is of course if Mother Nature finally starts figuring out that planting a garden actually requires
If you have ever bit into a thick juicy slice of a Purple Cherokee, or had the pleasure of devouring a beefy Brandywine tomato – you know what real tomato flavor is all about! Heirloom tomatoes simply burst with flavor – and
If there is one thing that gardeners from around the world all dream about – it’s a weed free garden! Weeds are not only unsightly – but compete with the vegetable plants and flowers in your garden for the valuable minerals, nutrients and water
Gardening seems simple enough. Plant seeds in the ground and water them, right? But if you’ve ever had a garden, you know better. Weeds constantly try to take over, plants don’t yield as much as you expect, blight wipes out one of your plants entirely, or all of […]