Planting garlic is only the first step in enjoying this delicious crop. Learn how properly harvesting and drying homegrown garlic can improve its shelf-life
Ladybugs are good for gardens, but many gardeners don’t know how to keep them around. Here are tips for doing that.
Don’t give up on your lettuce when it bolts. These ideas for what to do with bolted lettuce will breathe new life into spent vegetable plants.
Tricking cool-season greens into believing it’s not quite summer is essential to learning how to delay bolting and extend the harvest of these plants. Learn five ways you can delay bolting.
You can grow most vegetables in pots, but few as easily as peppers. Though any variety will succeed, these peppers for patio pots are the best onesâ€”flavorful, fun and productive.
Starting your own seeds is a fun and inexpensive way to grow plants, but it has its difficulties. Here are 5 seed-starting problems and ways to solve them.
This practice of making compost in the ground has existed for a long time, but it’s new to many people. Here’s how trench composting works.
No need to fuss with indoor seed-starting. By upcycling some common materials you can start your seeds outdoors even before spring arrives.
Seeds are full of potential, but did you ever stop to think about what else they’re made of? See what’s inside a seed and how incredible they truly are.
The cold-weather months are a great time to take hardwood cuttings and propagate trees and shrubs. Here’s how to do it.