Clitocybe nuda thrives on layers of organic matter in moist, shady locations. Here’s how you can start your own blewit mushroom garden using purchased spawn.
Recognizing microclimates in your yard (or creating them with things like shade cloth) can help your garden thrive in optimal growing conditions.
With some strategic excavation and landscaping, an old burn pit goes from eyesore to wildlife habitat with the installation of a water feature.
Janice Stillman, editor of The Old Farmer’s Almanac, discusses the publication’s history, its magic formula and the secret to its longevity.
Transforming dried gourds requires a little time, elbow grease—and the right protective gear. The end results, though, are great for hand-crafted creations.
Brood X cicadas emerge from their 17-year slumber this year. Here’s how the cicada could affect your pets, livestock and young trees.
Glass Gem corn is a simple-to-grow flint corn variety. Plant some to grind, pop or just enjoy the simply stunning rainbow of colorful kernels.
The bushel gourd and its relatives need time and space to thrive, but, once dried, the wood-like gourd can be used for a variety of purposes.
Shifts in temperature and other climate changes present challenges for growers and farmers, but some folks are working on finding solutions.