The vibrant black-and-blue butterflies aren’t as common as they once were, but it’s not too late to help pipevine swallowtails by establishing plants for food and shelter.
Pots made from scrap denim, felt, landscape fabric and other materials are inexpensive, easy to make and good for plants. Here’s how to make some fabric pots yourself!
Hobby farming is a rewarding pursuit. It can also be costly, so take up one (or some) of these side hustles to put your passion to work.
With a little work on the front end, you can enjoy flushes of fresh lion’s mane mushrooms for years to come. Here’s how to grow your own at home.
Providing local wild bird populations with nesting boxes for sheltered, winter roosting can make an even greater impact than feeders.
“The Beginner’s Guide to Mushrooms” author Britt Bunyard shares mushroom identification, cultivation and culinary tips in forthcoming guide for beginners.
Leaving leaves and refuse in place during end-of-season garden cleanup creates much-needed haven for birds, amphibians, pollinators and more.
This recipe for ginger candies produces powerfully spicy treats that can help to soothe sore throats, tame upset tummies, and satisfy your sweet tooth.